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.
Wendy joined WHSSP in 2015 and has extensive experience as a clinician in Women’s and Men’s Health. Wendy has international experience as both a clinician and researcher. She has undertaken extensive research in disorders of the urinary tract in children and adults. Her post-doctoral work was undertaken at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and she returned to Australia in 2013 from an appointment as a Professor at the Clinical Institute in Denmark. She is still continuing her research at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.