South East Pelvic Physio (Mulgrave)


South East Pelvic Physio (Mulgrave)

Practitioners at this location

Mrs Chantelle Morrissey

Physiotherapist

Chantelle has worked in a wide variety of settings since graduating from physiotherapy. Her experience covers sport, general musculoskeletal conditions, Aged Care, Neurological Rehabilitation, Paediatric Physiotherapy, Chronic Pain, Women's health, Lactation management and post-operative rehabilitation. Chantelle is currently studying her Master's in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy at Melbourne University. ​ Chantelle is passionate about helping women prepare for, and recover after childbirth. She has also completed further training in lactation treating mastitis and blocked ducts, basic breastfeeding issues with a passion for helping mothers overcome tongue and lip ties and helping mothers breastfeeding multiples.

Ms Anmei Vuong

Physiotherapist

Anmei holds a Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne and has a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Science degree from Monash University. In addition to this, she has been a science outreach educator. Anmei's passion is working with women across the prenatal and postnatal period - preparing for pregnancy, staying fit and active during pregnancy, preparing for birth, recovery after birth, and returning to exercise postnatally. She also has expertise in breastfeeding issues and mastitis. Anmei has completed Women's Pelvic Health training with the Australian Physiotherapy Association, and Pelvic Health Foundations through Pelvic Health Melbourne. She has also completed Clinical Pilates and Yoga training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI). Outside of work, Anmei enjoys going for walks with her toddler, gardening and keeping fit with home strength training and Pilates.
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Ms Danielle Ware

Physiotherapist

Since graduating from Physiotherapy in 2013, Danielle has gained a broad range of clinical experience. For the past 5 years, she has been developing her skills in working with women during and following pregnancy, and treating pelvic floor conditions including urinary incontinence. She now works alongside medical specialists at Southern Urology at Mulgrave Private Hospital. She has undertaken short courses in women's health and continence, pelvic girdle pain, conditions of the lactating breast, and dry needling. She has completed her coursework for a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women’s Health), and is now undertaking a Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women’s Health), both at Curtin University.
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