Eloise graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours.
In September 2018, Eloise transitioned from the public health system into the specialised area of Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. In addition to Pelvic Health, Eloise’s clinical experience has seen her work in the areas of Orthopaedics, Trauma Management, General Surgery, Specialist Head and Neck Surgery, Cardiopulmonary, Paediatrics, Geriatrics and General Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
|Eloise’s passion for Women’s Health developed during her University Clinical Experience working within the Maternity and Gynaecology Physiotherapy Department at John Hunter Hospital in 2016. This interest further developed through her postgraduate experience rotating through maternity ward settings in both 2017 and 2018. Eloise recognises the importance of education and equal access to quality healthcare and is dedicated to providing an empathetic and holistic approach to achieving client-specific goals. Eloise recognises that pelvic health is a difficult topic to discuss, and often these issues go neglected for some time due to this. Eloise’s goal is to breach this ‘stigma’ and empathetically work together to establish a realistic management plan.|
Eloise has a strong commitment to ongoing professional development and has recently attended courses on “Trans-perineal Real Time Ultrasound of the Pelvic Floor” and also attended the “Nocturia and Overactive Bladder Symposium” at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne. In addition, Eloise is attending the upcoming “Women’s Health Update” through the Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute.
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