TEAM - Western Women's and Mens Health
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Nevine is a conscientious Physiotherapist offering 25 years of clinical experience and 16 years of continence and pelvic floor physiotherapy experience in hospitals, community health centres & private practices.


With a post-graduate certificate in continence and pelvic floor physiotherapy attained at Melbourne University; Nevine is passionate about enhancing her knowledge, and experience in order to deliver best practice and offer her clients exceptional customer service & evidenced based treatment.


Conditions I have treated include:

  • Bladder conditions: Urinary urgency, Urge and Stress Incontinence, voiding dysfunction: incomplete bladder emptying, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Bladder pain syndrome, and overactive bladder, and for men obstructed voiding associated with prostate enlargement or post Radical Prostatectomy.
  • Bowel conditions: Constipation, IBS, Dysynergic defaecation, Anismus, Incomplete bowel emptying and faecal/anal incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, post Obstetric Anal Sphincter injuries
  • Vaginal conditions: vaginismus, dyspareunia which may or not be associated with gynaecological surgery.
  • Musculoskeletal pain associated with ante/postnatal clients: Pelvic Girdle pain, symphysis pubis and SIJ dysfunction and Lumbosacral instability, DRAM, Perineal tears Grade 2-4, Tx dysfunction.
  • Chronic Low Back pain- functional restoration programmes and Pilates
  • Cervical instability, headaches, migraines, and vertigo.
  • Shoulder subluxations, instability, tendonitis, and frozen shoulders
  • Osteoarthritis and rehabilitation programmes to help relieve joint pain


Nevine prioritises her time in listening to client’s concerns, anxieties which may feed into their bladder/bowel/prolapse and/or vertigo complaint, and how their condition is limiting their quality of life in relation to their family, work, sport and activities of daily living such as walking, driving etc.

Urvi Shelar

Urvi has been a physiotherapist since 2010. With over 10 years of experience treating patients in the field of  Women’s health,  geriatric,  neurology and  general physiotherapy. Urvi is certified and experienced Pilates instructor and is currently in the process of completing her Women’s health pathway with APA and training for dry needling. Urvi believes in an holistic and empathetic approach to disabilities and strives for maximising benefits for the clients in each and every session.


Apart from English,  Urvi is also proficient in speaking Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati. In her free time Urvi likes to run around her toddler and read crime fiction novels.