Women’s Health Physiotherapists

Pelvic Floor, Post Natal & Pregnancy Physio in Perth

What we do

Our Women’s Health Physiotherapy team here in Perth offer therapeutic treatment for a number of women’s health problems, particularly with the postnatal recovery of new mothers. Using the latest education and therapies, our goal is to empower women to be at their physical best. We offer down to earth advice to help you through your pregnancy, your early post-birth weeks, recovery and preparation for return to exercise, and perhaps for preparation for the next addition to your family. Our special focus on childbearing women is balanced by our long-term association with the maternity wards at St John of God Hospital in Subiaco.

We specialise in

From pelvic floor physio to postnatal and antenatal physio related treatment, our experienced Women’s Health Physiotherapy team can help with the following services & more:  

Meet our Team of Women’s Health Physio’s in Perth

Agner Grieco Hazewinkel

Women's Health Physiotherapist​

Agner is an enthusiastic Physiotherapist who strives to provide a holistic and evidence-based approach to all her patients. She works on the Maternity ward at SJOG hospital as well as in the Genesis clinic. She ensures all her patients are well informed, empowered and equipped to manage their presenting conditions.

Agner has a passion for tailoring individualised treatment plans for women during their pregnancy and postnatal journeys. She treats pregnancy-related musculoskeletal conditions, guides management of abdominal muscle separation rehabilitation and treatment of inflammatory breast conditions. She is also equipped to assist in the management of incontinence disorders and pelvic organ prolapse. 

She has Clinical Pilates qualifications, completing both her Mat-work and Equipment Pilates training through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute and has experience teaching within antenatal and postnatal settings. She enjoys guiding women from all fitness backgrounds and helping them to build strength and improve their quality of life. 

Agner is currently completing her Masters specialising in Continence and Women’s Health at Curtin University. 

Lucy Tangney​

Lucy Tangney​

Women’s Health Physiotherapist​

Lucy Tangney has an extensive background in exercise physiotherapy, having completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy with a double major in Human Movement and Psychology. 

After working in the areas of both Health Promotion and Exercise Rehabilitation she completed her Physiotherapy degree and then commenced work in private practice.

After her initial studies, Lucy undertook postgraduate courses specifically in Physiotherapy management of pelvic floor dysfunction and has spent many years working on the maternity ward at SJOG hospital.

Lucy has worked with Genesis Physiotherapy for almost 15 years and has a genuine interest in helping women to achieve their exercise goals postnatally.

Personally she enjoys regular exercise, in particular playing floorball. She has an active, busy family with three children and a beloved dog Sammy.

Elyse Schweitzer

Women’s Health Physiotherapist​

Elyse graduated from Griffith University, with a Bachelor of Exercise Science and a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2015.

Since then, Elyse has worked extensively as a Physiotherapist and a Clinical Pilates Instructor in Sports and Women’s Health. Elyse is currently studying a Masters of Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health at Curtin University. She is passionate about pelvic health, especially through pregnancy and the postnatal period. She has a keen interest in helping women return to exercise and sport after having a baby. Elyse uses a combination of hands-on therapy, education and exercise prescription to get the best possible outcome for her clients.

In her spare time, Elyse enjoys running, Pilates, going to the gym and spending time with friends and family.

Lisa Dallin

Women’s Health Physiotherapist

Lisa graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) in 1992. Over the years she has worked extensively in private practice and hospital settings, including at King Edward Memorial Hospital, and the maternity wards of Mercy Hospital and Osborne Park Hospital.

She recently returned to an area of special interest in maternal health physiotherapy after selling her own practice to focus on her 4 children. She joined Genesis Physiotherapy in 2010 and works both in the clinic and on the St John of God hospital maternity wards.

Lisa has served six years on the board of the WA Branch of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

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