Felicity has been a physiotherapist for over 20 years, completing her physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney in 2002, a Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies at the University of Queensland in 2014 and more recently a graduate certificate in pelvic health physiotherapy with the University of Melbourne. She currently works clinically at Beaches Pelvic Physio on Sydney’s northern beaches and runs an online education platform for people with endometriosis called Endo Online.
Passionate about child and adolescent health, Felicity worked at the Sydney Children’s Hospital for 14 years with the complex pain, mental health and eating disorders teams. This inspired a special interest in how stress and psychological health impact physical health, and equally how exercise, relaxation and nervous system regulation practices can improve mental and emotional wellbeing. She practises in a trauma-sensitive framework to help each patient feel safe and empowered throughout their treatment journey.
Over the years she has trained in yoga, mindfulness, iRest Yoga Nidra and clinical pilates, and finds integrating these modalities into her physiotherapy practice extremely rewarding as a therapist, and very effective for her clients.
She now focuses her practice on pelvic health for women, teens and children, with a special interest in the holistic and trauma-informed treatment of pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction.