Anita graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2009 as a Physiotherapist and also completed a Master of Physiotherapy with Majors in Women’s Health & Musculoskeletal Health at the University of Melbourne in 2014. Anita is a Specialist Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists 2022) FACP. She has completed all four levels of DMA Clinical Pilates training, Dry Needling certification as well as qualifications in Sports Physiotherapy and endeavours to provide holistic management for her patients combining manual and exercise therapies to help them achieve their goals. She has a keen interest in treating complex pelvic floor conditions affecting men, women, and the LGBTQi community which include incontinence, pelvic pain and prolapse.
Specialist Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists 2022) FACP
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Masters of Physiotherapy (with Majors in Women’s health and Musculoskeletal Health)
Post Grad Cert (Continence and Pelvic Floor)
Post Grad Cert (Exercise for Women)
APA Titled Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Anita is also an experienced ante-natal educator and provides tailored birthing education sessions for pregnant women and their support partners in our “Birthwise” sessions. She loves to help prepare women for the mental and physical journey ahead and provide women a toolkit of resources to use on the big day. Anita has extensive experience in treating complex musculoskeletal issues and a wide variety of injuries. Outside the clinic, she enjoys presenting on Women’s Health related topics at professional development courses. Anita also teaches post graduate Physiotherapists and Doctors at the University of Melbourne and helped develop the Masters of Sports Medicine at the University of Melbourne. She is Chair of the Victorian Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Committee and has been an integral part of National Scientific Committees for the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
On a personal note, Anita loves to dance and is an accomplished classical Indian dancer. She is also fluent in Hindi and Punjabi.