Qualifications: BSc (Physiotherapy), Prof Cert Pain Sciences, Grad Cert Continence Promotion & Management, Prof Cert Conservative Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Achievements: After graduating Curtin University in 2007 Sarah enjoyed a working holiday in Tasmania at North West Regional Hospital involved in paediatrics, orthopaedics, ICU, hydrotherapy and women’s health. Following this, Sarah returned to the west coast and entered private practice in Perth. At this time, She received a scholarship to complete her Graduate Certificate in Continence Promotion and Management.

Sarah moved to the South West in 2016 and opened Cape to Cape Physiotherapy which merged with Latitude 33.7 Physiotherapy in 2017.  Most recently, Sarah has completed a Professional Certificate in Pain Sciences in Conservative Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse, both through the University of South Australia.

Sarah’s area’s of interest include Pilates, headaches and neck pain, sporting injuries, workplace injuries, persistent pain and Continence and Women’s Health.

When Sarah isn’t practicing she can be found sharing her Continence and Women’s Health knowledge with community groups, her pain knowledge as the Southwest Local Pain Collective Facilitator or in the local crossfit gym, on the basketball/netball court or at dog agility/mustering.