- the management of chronic pelvic pain (especially endometriosis and sexual pain);
- bladder and bowel continence;
- prolapse (including pessary fittings);
- pregnancy; and
- postnatal physiotherapy.
As well as individual treatment, Tabitha loves leading exercise classes incorporating aspects of pilates, yoga and functional movement and adapting these to specifically address the needs of pregnancy, the postnatal period, pelvic pain, chronic pain and rehabilitation. She takes an integrated approach
to physiotherapy, taking into account not only the musculoskeletal and neurological aspects of health, but also the psychosocial, hormonal and visceral.
Tabitha is closely connected to the broader Womens Health and Pelvic Health community, and both learns from and instructs other practitioners in the latest techniques and findings. She values working in cooperation with other health professionals, including gynaecologists, obstetricians, urologists, proctologists, GPs and midwives to achieve the best possible outcomes for her patients.
Most importantly, she believes in collaboration with her patients, taking their experiences and needs into account, treating all people with dignity and respect; and empowering them to be active and engaged in the management their health and wellbeing.