Preparing Your Body &

Pelvic Floor For Birth and Beyond

WHEN: Wednesday 20th April 7:30 - 9pm - Revised date

This education session will be delivered via Zoom

SquareOne Women's Health appointments are conducted at both our Bridgepoint and Balgowlah Practices
and currently available as a telehealth appointment too.


  • preparing your pelvic floor for birth and beyond to decrease your risk of future pelvic floor dysfunction (including incontinence and prolapse)
  • understanding risk factors for pelvic floor dysfunction
  • pregnancy safe exercise guidelines
  • the importance of exercise in both the pre and postnatal periods

About Your two Women's Health
Physiotherapist Presenters 

Emma completed her Master's in Physiotherapy at The University of Technology Sydney. She previously completed a Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Public Health at both The University of Sydney and The University of Wollongong.

Emma's passion lies in Women's Health. Whilst she works with women right across the lifespan, she especially enjoys working with pre and postnatal women to help them through their pregnancy journey and recover from birth. Emma can help in the management of incontinence, urinary urgency, pelvic floor dysfunction, pre and postnatal care (including abdominal muscle separation and exercise prescription) and pre and post-menopausal care.

Emma is also qualified in Clinical Pilates and teaches both Mums and Bubs Pilates as well as small Clinical Exercise classes.

Emma Attard
Women's Health Physiotherapist 

Dee is a Women's Health & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist skilled in pre and postnatal care, pelvic pain, prolapse management (including pessary prescription) and the management of pelvic floor, bladder and bowel dysfunction. Dee also treats musculoskeletal conditions such as pelvic girdle pain and back pain and uses her Pilates training to help rehabilitate her patients to their full potential.

Dee enjoys treating all areas of pelvic health, but is particularly passionate about providing advice and management to women in the pre and postnatal periods. Dee works with women during their pregnancies to ensure they optimise their pelvic floors and bodies for birth and the postnatal period. She also provides postnatal care, including rehabilitation of birth-related pelvic dysfunction, caesarean recovery, and rehabilitation of abdominal separation.

Dee believes that Women's Health Physio has such a positive impact on the quality of life of women across all life stages.

Dee has a particular interest in helping women return to running postpartum.

Dee Conlon
Women's Health Physiotherapist 


Holly Brasher

Titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

Holly combines her qualifications as a Titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist and interest in Women's Health to offer her patients the best advice on how to achieve their lifestyle goals. She especially enjoys helping women around pregnancy and childbirth and is  a strong advocate for the benefits of exercise in women’s lives

She splits her week between mentoring the many Physios at SquareOne, teaching Pilates, sitting on the Australian Physio board of directors and looking after her own two young children. 

Amy Clements


Amy completed her Physiotherapy degree at USYD in 2004, and has achieved her Masters in Public Health. 

Amy is passionate about the positive impact that Women’s Health Physiotherapy can have on the quality of life of women across all life stages.
Amy has extensive experience in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. Amy is trained in Clinical Pilates and has been teaching classes and using Pilates techniques in her treatments.

Amy provides physiotherapy management for pre-and post-natal women, incontinence, pelvic floor issues, bladder problems, pelvic pain and other musculoskeletal conditions.