Emma Cransberg


Emma joined WHSSPC physiotherapy team in 2002. She combines a unique understanding of overall function with her specific interest and expertise in the pelvic floor region. This enables Emma to provide a rare speciality to the service she is able to offer, combining it with her broader human movement and physiotherapy base. In addition Emma provides our hydrotherapy service which complements the management of other clients at WHSSPC and provides this service to have a specific need for water based therapy.


1995 Bachelor of applied science in Human Movement, University of Ballarat
2000 Bachelor of Physiotherapy, LaTrobe University
2004 Post graduate Certificate in Continence and Pelvic Floor RehabilitationPink Pilates Cancer Rehabilitation Certification
2011 Pink Pilates Cancer Rehabilitation Certification

Professional Associations

Australian Physiotherapy Association
Continence and Women’s Health Group
Aquatic Physiotherapy Group

Professional Experience

1994-1995 St John of God Hospital, Ballarat. Aquatic Rehabilitation and Pre and Post natal aquatic therapy
2001 Darebin Community Health Centre. Physiotherapist Warringal Private Hospital. Acute orthopaedic and cardiovascular physiotherapy
2002-Present WHSSPC

Special Interests

  • Orthopaedic and musculoskeletal rehabilitation
  • Pre and post pregnancy musculo skeletal physiotherapy
  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation and continence related pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Aquatic therapy for rehabilitation

Amanda Schulz


Amanda graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2004, commencing work in the private sector in 2005. She joined the team at Windy Hill Physiotherapy in 2009, where she divides her time between musculoskeletal and sporting consultations, hydrotherapy rehabilitation classes, and Pilates-based rehabilitation classes.

Amanda has many years of experience working with a variety of sporting teams at local, national and international level. Her sports coverage has included Aussie Rules Football, basketball, ultimate frisbee, netball, and rugby 7s. Most recently, Amanda was involved in the successful U17 State Netball team campaign (2014) and the Victorian Flames ANL team (2014). Amanda continues her involvement with the PNG Women’s Sevens Rugby team, touring internationally.

Amanda has a passion for continuing education, most recently completing her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy (2015), gaining her title as an APA Sports Physiotherapist. Amanda is qualified in dry needling and Pilates, and recently completed a Bikefit training course, a service that will be added to her clinic work in 2016.[toggle_framed title=”Bio”]


2004 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours), University of Melbourne
2007 Post Graduate Certificate (Exercise for Women), University of Melbourne
2015 Masters of Physiotherapy, University of Melbourne


Professional experience

2005-2008 Physiotherapist, Station Spinal and Sports Physiotherapy, Melton
 2009-Present Physiotherapist, Windy Hill Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy Clinic

Other experience

2004-05 Sports Trainer, 2005 Deaflympic Games
2006 Sports Trainer, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth games
2008 Pregnancy aqua instructor, Melton Waves Leisure Centre
2005-2012 Physiotherapist, Old Westbourne Amateur Football Club
 2010  U 19 Tournament Physiotherapist, Federation of Oceanic Rugby Union, Samoa