Meet Our Team

Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapy exists to restore pelvic health, empowering every person to live their best life.  We are invested in your overall wellbeing, and dedicated to supporting your physical, emotional and lifestyle needs.  Our hand-picked team of Physiotherapists have helped thousands of Australian women and men improve their pelvic health for over 25 years.
All of our Physiotherapists hold post graduate qualifications in pelvic health, and have extensive experience in treating bladder, bowel, prolapse, pelvic pain, sexual problems, and conditions of the childbearing year. 
We pride ourselves on making sure that you feel comfortable as we understand that talking about pelvic health issues can be difficult.
We listen to you, and work together to help you live with freedom and confidence.

Clinical Team

Elise Bujor


Emily Wood


Emma Drake


Giselle Sharples


Jane Richards


Kathryn Oldman 


Lauren Funnell


Leonie Yeap

Physiotherapist, Clinical Manager

Melissa Martin


Paula Harry


Sarah Rudd


Shan Morrison

Physiotherapist, Director

Van der Venne




Patient Support Services

Sally Meagher

Patient Support Services Team Leader

Katrina Broadbent

Patient Support Services

Mel King

Patient Support Services

Melanie Henderson

Clinical Administrator

Sonya Sealie

Patient Support Services

Physiotherapy Qualifications Explained

At WMHP, we only employ Physiotherapists who have post graduate qualifications in pelvic health.  A Physiotherapist can then complete further study and training to be recognised as an Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Titled Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist or a Specialist Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist.

Post Graduate Qualifications in Pelvic Health

A Physiotherapist with post graduate qualifications in pelvic health has completed a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy, then returned to university to complete a Post Graduate Certificate (Continence & Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation).  This certificate comprises 2 subjects of a Masters degree.  In Australia, post graduate qualifications in pelvic health can only be completed at The University of Melbourne, Victoria or Curtin University in Western Australia.  At WMHP we only employ Physiotherapists with this qualification as a minimum. 

APA Titled Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist 

An APA Titled Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist is a Physiotherapist with significant skills and experience in pelvic health. They will have completed either a clinical Masters degree in pelvic health, or have undertaken an examination process to be deemed an expert in the field of pelvic health. 

Specialist Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

A Specialist Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist has completed a 2 year intensive training and examination program, and has been admitted as a fellow to the Australian College of Physiotherapists.  As of 2020, there are only 12 Specialist Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapists in Australia, and our Director Shan Morrison gained this achievement in 2011.

Our Locations

549 Burke Rd, Camberwell VIC 3124
T: 03 8823 8300
F: 03 8823 8399
170 Thomas St, Hampton VIC 3188
T: 03 9521 0444
F: 03 9521 0777 

Also consulting at:

Box Hill:  Epworth Eastern Ekera, Level 2, Suite 2.10, 116-118 Thames Street
East Bentleigh: Southern Urology, 7 Chester Street
East Melbourne: Urology Consultants Victoria, Suite 102, Freemasons Hospital, 320 Victoria Parade
Malvern: Australian Urology Associates, Ground Floor, 322 Glenferrie Road
Malvern: Cabrini Mother and Baby Centre, Area E, Level 2, Cabrini Hospital, 183 Wattletree Road

If you’d like to make an appointment for one of these locations please call our Camberwell rooms on 03 8823 8300