THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED

FREE EDUCATION EVENING

Your Pelvic Floor & Menopause

WHEN: Wednesday 8th September 7:30 - 9pm

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.

DURING THIS FREE INFORMATION SESSION YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT:

The changes that occur to your pelvic floor during menopause:

  • understand what and where the pelvic floor is
  • how does menopause affect the pelvic floor
  • why do many women find that pelvic floor symptoms (leaking, prolapse, wind control) get worse after menopause
  • why intercourse can often become less pleasurable/uncomfortable after menopause (and what to do about it!)

What to do about these changes:

  • how to optimise your pelvic health 
  • how to strengthen your pelvic floor 
  • health bladder and bowel habits

About Your Women's Health Physiotherapist Presenter 

Brigitte is incredibly passionate about Women’s Health Physiotherapy and the positive impact it can have on the quality of life for women across all life stages. Brigitte provides management of incontinence, urinary urgency, pelvic floor dysfunction and pre/postnatal care including abdominal muscle separation and exercise prescription. 

Brigitte has worked in both acute hospital and outpatient settings, across a range of specialties including maternity, orthopaedic rehab, and musculoskeletal outpatients.

Brigitte Egan
Women's Health Physiotherapist 

MEET OUR OTHER SQUAREONE WOMEN'S HEALTH PHYSIOS

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. 

Dee Conlon

Physiotherapist

Dee is a Women's Health & Musculoskeletal physiotherapist.
She has undertaken various courses in Dry needling and Pilates.

Dee believes that Women's Health Physio can have such a positive impact on the quality of life of women across all life stages. She can provide physio management of issues associated with incontinence, urgency, pelvic floor dysfunction and pre/postnatal care.

Dee has a particular interest in returning postpartum women to running. 

Emma Attard

Physiotherapist

Emma graduated from UTS with a Masters in Physiotherapy. She previously studied degrees at both Sydney Uni and Wollongong Uni.

Emma has a special interest in Women’s Health and is also passionate about treating back and neck pain.

After teaching Pilates for the last 2 years, she enjoys teaching small group exercise sessions as well as utilising her Pilates knowledge in her treatments.

Emma loves working with pre and postnatal women, helping them prepare for and recover from their pregnancy. 

Amy Clements

Physiotherapist

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.

LEARN MORE ABOUT SQUAREONE WOMEN'S HEALTH