Physiotherapist, Continence and Women’s Health
Bec is a Physiotherapist with postgraduate qualifications and clinical expertise in Continence and Women’s Health, who specialises in pelvic floor muscle assessment and rehabilitation. She is currently completing her Masters of Continence and Women’s Health at Curtin University and has completed her Graduate Certificate in Continence and Women’s Health.
She can assess your pelvic floor muscle function using assessment techniques including real time ultrasound and prescribe a customised exercise program including biofeedback and other treatment options to achieve your goals.
Bec treats children, men and women throughout the life span, including women during pregnancy, after childbirth and who have gone through menopause. She also treats children with day wetting, bed wetting (enuresis), soiling and functional constipation.
She has a special interest in male and female bladder and bowel dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse and persistent pelvic pain.
Outside of work and study, Bec enjoys running, pilates, surfing and travelling.