Rebecca moved from her home country of Canada to pursue her physiotherapy career. She completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne in 2013. She has experience as a personal training and private practice physiotherapist, treating many people with pelvic pain and low back pain. Rebecca subsequentially found her niche in pelvic health and completed the post graduate certificate in Pelvic Floor at the University of Melbourne in 2017.
Rebecca enjoys seeing a variety of people men, women, adolescents, gender diverse and transgender with challenges in all areas of pelvic health including bowel/bladder urgency and incontinence, nocturia, prolapse, lumbar/pelvic pain, pain with penetration, pre and post natal pelvic floor, pre/post prostatectomy and musculoskeletal concerns.
Rebecca is passionate about this area of health because so many people suffer in silence for years, not realising help is available and what a difference it can make. She loves combining her understanding of the external and internal pelvis and her personal training skills to empower people to regain confidence in themselves and their bodies again and be able to do the things that they love again.
When Rebecca’s not at work she enjoys exploring the local beauty the peninsula has to offer at the beach, in the forest or at the park with her husband, her young children and the family dog.