APA Member, WHTA Member and Mum
Special Interest Areas: Hydrotherapy, Pregnancy, Postnatal care and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction including Prolapse and Pelvic Pain Conditions
After graduating in 2016, Patrice started her career as a physiotherapist working in Hydrotherapy with a diverse range of patients including orthopaedic, musculoskeletal, neurological, antenatal and complex pain conditions. She particularly loved her time running aquatic antenatal classes.
Patrice has always had a passion for women’s health and has since dedicated the majority of her post-graduate training in this area. During this time Patrice has also become a mum herself which has been a strong driver in motivating her to pursue a career in women’s health. Patrice feels strongly about a holistic approach to healthcare and believes in empowering her patients with the knowledge and confidence to take charge of their health and achieve their wellness goals.
RELEVANT POST-GRADUATE TRAINING:
- Pilates institute of Queensland 2017 Level 1 and 2 Pilates Matwork
- APA 2019 Continence and Women’s Health Level 1
- WHTA 2019 Introductory Women’s Health – 5 Day Intensive course
- WHTA 2020 Annual Research Update
- WHTA 2021 Advanced Pelvic Floor: POP and SUI
- WHTA 2021 Advanced Pelvic Floor: Genitourinary and Anorectal Pain Disorders
- WHTA 2021 Advanced Pelvic Floor: Exercise, Sport and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction
- APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) including the Aquatic, Musculoskeletal and Womens, Mens and Pelvic Health National Groups
- WHTA (Women’s Health Training Associates)
- The Women’s Health Collective