restoring continence, sexual wellness & physical health to people of all ages

Celia's Educational and Learning Background

Formal Education:

  • 2015 - Post Graduate Certificate in Continence and Women's Health, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia
  • 2010 - Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Otago University, NZ
  • 2006 - NCEA Level 3, Collingwood Area School, NZ

 

Conferences and Courses Attended

2017

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Overactive Bladder Course; Auckland
  • TBI Management of Chronic Low Back Pain Lecture; Nelson

2016

  • Assessment and Management of Pain in Clinical Practice; Adelaide

2015

  • A cognitive functional approach to Low Back Pain - Peter O’Sullivan; Adelaide
  • NOI Neuroimmune function; Adelaide

2013

  • Antenatal Exercise and the Swiss Ball; Adelaide
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor Palpation; Adelaide
  • APA Conference and Continence and Women's Health pre-conference Workshop; Sydney

2012

  • SPINE Pilates Course; Dunedin
  • Basic Continence Course; Queenstown
  • Clinical Pilates Mat Course Level 1; Dunedin
  • Clinical Pilates Mat Course Level 2; Dunedin

2011

  • UROGYNZ Conference; Queenstown
  • BPPV Workshop for Physiotherapist Study Day; Dunedin
  • Hand Study Day – Workshop for Physiotherapists; Dunedin
  • CRED – On Call Emergency Physiotherapy; Auckland

 

Speaking and Presentations

2016

  • Women’s Health Physiotherapy presentation – Adelaide Hill’s Women’s Group; Adelaide
  • Continence, Physiotherapy and Arthritis Presentation – Arthritis SA; Adelaide
  • Inservice Presentation: Continence and Sport - myphysiosa; Adelaide

2015

  • Women's Health Physiotherapy presentation – Woodside Lodge Women's Health Day; Adelaide Hills
  • Inservice Presentation: Role of Women's Health Physiotherapy - myphysiosa; Adelaide

2013

  • Women's Health Physiotherapy presentation -  TAFE Women's Studies, May and November; Adelaide

 

Tertiary Education and Achievements

  • Recipient of the “Shiny Cup” 2010: best overall standard final year Physiotherapy (Dunedin Centre)
  • Recipient of the ML Roberts Prize: best group research project from Otago School of Physiotherapy 2010
  • Published research article (2012). “The Ability of Clinical Tests to Diagnose Stress Fractures: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis” Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy; 42(9); 760 – 771.