Georgia Geldens

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Women’s health and musculoskeletal physiotherapist

Georgia graduated from Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Since graduating Georgia has worked in the private practice setting gaining experience in a variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.

She has continued to develop her skills through professional development courses. Georgia has done further training in women’s health conditions, dry needling, cranio-sacral techniques, pilates, low level laser therapy and orthotics.

She uses a combination of soft tissue massage and joint mobilisation, dry needling, taping, craniosacral techniques, functional exercise prescription modalities and pilates in her treatments.

Georgia has training in treating common women’s health pelvic floor conditions such as prolapse, overactive bladder, stress urinary incontinence and urge urinary incontinence.

She is particularly interested in and enjoys treating pre and post natal women with pregnancy related pain and for pre and post natal pelvic floor assessments. She is also interested in chronic pain related to the SIJ/lumbo-pelvic pain area and headaches and migraines.

During treatment she uses a holistic treatment approach which is goal orientated to help patients achieve their sporting and lifestyle aspirations. Georgia is passionate about encouraging movement and exercise for her patients and finds pilates as a great rehabilitation program for injuries.

Outside of work Georgia enjoys netball, running and swimming at the beach.