Meet Heidi


Meet Heidi

Heidi is a dedicated physiotherapist with endless passion for womens health and dancers. She has extensive experience in both the public and private sector and worked as a Senior Womens Health physiotherapist in pre and postnatal, OASI (obstetric anal sphincter injuries) and urogynaecology Pelvic clinics at GCUH. She now works in the first Endometriosis clinic in Goldcoast.

After graduating university in 2015, Heidi dove head first into musculoskeletal and dance physio. As a previous dancer and dance teacher, she endeavoured in learning how she could lift her leg up higher, improve her turnout and push her body in a safe and anatomical manner. Naturally, she started treating more females, pelvis’s and hips and stumbled across her calling into the world of womens health physiotherapy


passionate about movement

Heidi provides a compassionate and empowering approach in navigating her clients through every stage of womanhood. Her focus is on helping her clients understand and learn more about the power of their body, and provides a tailored plan in getting them back to the things they love. Heidi is passionate about movement, and brings functional rehabilitation to her pilates and exercise classes and programs. She preaches what she teaches, and enjoys exercising outdoors whether it is hiking, running, swimming or riding. She has completed a marathon as well as recently completed her first Olympic triathalon at Kingscliffe. She is a proud aunty and has a serious sweet tooth craving.

Professional Development

  • Maternity Foundation Course 03.23
  • APA E lectures including “SUI in Runners” (08.22), “Common vulva conditions that may be contributing to vulva pain 07.22”, “Birth After OASIS” (09.21), Vulva Dermatoses“(09.21), Oncology and pelvic health” (08.21), “The role of Pain in Child Birth” (07.21), “Clinical Care Guidelines for 3rd and 4th Degree Perineal tears” (04.21), “The Pelvic Floor during high impact and weight lifting” (08.20), “Medical Complications in Pregnancy” (08.20), “Anorectal dysfunction” (07.20)
  • Tarryn Hallams Yearly Research Update (11.2020) and Pelvic Pain – Genitourinary and Anorectal Pain Disorders course / February 2020
  • Fiona Roger’s Pelvic ESTIM and Tens Course / September 2019
  • AJ’s Pregnant Pelvis / September 2019
  • Taryn Hallam’s Stress Urinary Incontinence and Prolapse Course / March 2019
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Annual Conference / October 2018
  • Australian Rheumatology Association Conference / May 2018
  • Introductory Womens Health course by Taryn Hallam / March 2018
  • Musculoskeletal Segmental and Dry Needling for Physiotherapists / March 2018
  • Lisa Howell’s Dance Teacher and Practitioner Training Level 1 course, and Level 2 courses including – A new approach to Core Stability, Flexibility Intensive, Understanding and managing foot injuries in Dancers, Understanding and managing hip injuries in Dancers / 2016-2017
  • Jenny Hymes “An Integrated and dynamic approach to pelvic/hip region” / March 2017
  • Trish Wisby Roth’s Hip Differential Diagnosis and Prescriptive Exercise Course / October 2016
  • Rock Tape Fascial Blades and Taping Course / March 2016
  • APPI Pilates Mattwork Level 1 / February 2016