TEAM - Western Women's and Mens Health
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TEAM

Lauren

Lauren is one of the founding Principal Physiotherapists at WWMH.  Lauren has an interest in the management of pre and post natal women, and is passionate about exercise during pregnancy and beyond.  She is heavily involved in the clinical pilates program at the centre and enjoys facilitating women’s return to exercise following delivery. She has 3 young kids and can strongly relate to the importance of maintaining a healthy body during these years.  In addition, Lauren enjoys treating a range of womens and mens health concerns, from prolapse to incontinence, and has completed further training to facilitate this.

Annabelle

Annabelle completed her Physiotherapy degree with honours at Melbourne University in 2007. She has gone onto complete Postgraduate studies in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy and Continence, Musculoskeletal dysfunction and Exercise for Women. She also works as a senior Physiotherapist at The Royal Women’s Hospital, St Vincent’s Continence Clinic and the Australian Prostate Cancer Centre.

 

Annabelle can assist in assessment and management of urinary and faecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, constipation/dyssynergic defecation, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction and pre/post prostate surgery. She also has particular interest in the management of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain and maintaining strength and fitness throughout the childbearing years.

 

Outside of work, Annabelle enjoys being a mum to two busy little children and spending as much time outside in the sunshine and fresh air as possible!

Tamika

Tamika completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2017 and has relocated to Victoria to join the team at Hoppers Physio in 2018. She enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries in both the general and sporting populations.

 

She has spent the last 4 years working as a sports trainer with various football and netball clubs and has developed an interest in treating sporting injuries especially ankles and knees.

 

Tamika has recently completed her Women’s Health certificate, and has developed a strong interest in treating pregnancy related issues such as pelvic girdle pain and helping to maintain strength throughout this period. She is also able to assist with management of pelvic floor muscle training, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence.

 

Outside of work Tamika enjoys hiking, Pilates and spending time with her family and friends.