Hannah Knox

Hannah graduated with honours from the University of Hertfordshire in 2002. Hannah completed her junior rotations at the North Hampshire Hospital where she gained experience in a wide variety of settings including orthopaedics, neurological rehabilitation, ICU, geriatric rehabilitation, medical wards, outpatients, and hydrotherapy.Complete Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy At the same time Hannah pursued her interest in sports injury by working for a local Rugby Union team.

A desire to expand her horizons saw Hannah travel to New Zealand where she locumed in a private practice before moving to Australia. Hannah worked in a private practice in a Maitland for 4 years gaining further experience and utilising Real Time Ultrasound for muscle biofeedback.
The start of a young family saw Hannah return to the U.K for 6 years. There she worked for a private healthcare company in hospital and gym based settings. In this time Hannah completed a post graduate certificate in sports Physiotherapy through the University of Bath and attended courses in ante and post-natal care which started her interest in Women’s Health. Upon returning to Australia Hannah has expanded her interest in Women’s Health into continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation for both men, women and children.
Out of work Hannah enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling and keeping active outside or going to the gym.Areas of special interest:

  • Continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation
  • Pelvic and Sexual Pain
  • Children’s bedwetting and continence issues
  • Prostate Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Prolapse Management
  • Ante and Post-natal rehabilitation
  • Musculoskeletal and sports injuries
  • Orthopaedics
  • Exercise therapy

Qualifications and Affiliations

  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) Physiotherapy – University of Hertfordshire
  • Post graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy – University of Bath
  • Registered Physiotherapist with – Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and associated Continence and Women’s Health specialist interest group
  • Women’s Health Training Association Member (WHTA)