Pelvic Health & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Originally from Belgium, Liesbeth brings more than 15 years of private practice experience to our team at Clifton Hill. Liesbeth graduated with her Masters in Physiotherapy in 2006, following this up with her Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic floor rehab in 2007 and has worked in this field ever since.
Liesbeth’s professional interests beyond Women’s Health, include spinal injuries, sport injury prevention and strength training for women led to further certifications in Strength and Conditioning training and diverse manual treatment techniques. With her variety of courses undertaken over the years, she holds vast clinical knowledge and experience in all aspects of physiotherapy. Liesbeth is a firm believer in combining education, effective manual therapy and functional exercise as a holistic approach for her patient’s injuries.
Her main interests include women’s health, continence and gynaecological conditions, pre/postnatal physiotherapy, pelvic girdle pain/SIJ during pregnancy, functional training for injury prevention and spinal injuries. Liesbeth strives to understand her clients’ background and presenting conditions and bringing the highest quality of care to her patients, as well as personalising each treatment to suit each patient’s needs.
Liesbeth has always been passionate in bringing equal health to the community, volunteering for 6 months to work as a physiotherapist in Benin, West Africa and plans to do more charity work in the future. Outside of work, Liesbeth is very active and loves a good strength or high intensity session.
- Masters in Physiotherapy – HA (Hogeschool Antwerpen) Belgium
- Pelvic floor rehab – UA/VUB/UG (University of Antwerp/Brussels/Ghent) Belgium
- Mulligan concept – Mulligan Manual therapy concept, Belgium
- Manipulative Treatment – IAO (International academy of Osteopathy) Belgium
- Pre and Postnatal Pelvic girdle pain: Rost therapy – Cecil Rost, Belgium
- Strength and Conditioning Coach – (ASCA Level 1), Australia
- Strength System for the female athlete – Strength system, Australia
- Hypopressives – International Hypopressives Council, Canada