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About Tamara Woods

Tamara Woods is a Pelvic Health and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist 

Tamara, a highly experienced physiotherapist, has dedicated 17 years to specialising in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and the past 11 years to Pelvic Health Physiotherapy.

Her deep passion lies in providing comprehensive care for women with pelvic health and musculoskeletal concerns. She strives to empower her clients with the knowledge and understanding to effectively address and manage their specific issues. Tamara is committed to doing everything in her power to support their journey towards recovery.

In addition to her clinical practice, Tamara has embraced the role of educator in recent years.  She was lucky enough to have a Mentor of her own who supported her journey into teaching.  Tamara co-created a widely acclaimed Birth Course called "Born Ready," which has now expanded to multiple locations across Australia. Furthermore, she imparts her expertise to aspiring Pelvic Health Physiotherapists through her own courses, workshops, online membership platforms (The Pelvic Health Community), and teaching on the APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) streams.   She is also lucky enough to now co-host the Pelvic Health Podcast alongside Lori Forner and Jo Murdoch. 

Teaching has not only allowed Tamara to share her knowledge but has also provided her with valuable opportunities to learn from others. She firmly believes that by working collaboratively, Pelvic health Physiotherapists can achieve the best possible outcomes for their patients.

What She Treats

  • Pelvic Floor Muscle related issues

  • Pelvic Pain, including dyspareunia (pain with intercourse) and Endometriosis related pain

  • Pelvic organ Prolapse and Pessaries

  • Bladder concerns including Overactive Bladder, Stress Urinary Incontinence and Bladder Pain Syndrome (interstitial cystitis)

  • Pregnancy including Birth preparation, Pelvic Floor, Pelvic Girdle Pain and Rectus Diastasis. 

  • Post partum including pelvic floor, pelvic organ prolapse, post caesarean birth, diastasis rectus abdominus

  • Bowel Dysfunction including functional constipation, faecal urgency, faecal incontinence, etc. 

  • Musculoskeletal complains including headaches, thoracic/ rib pain, lower back pain, pelvic girdle pain, hip pain. 


Past work history and Professional Development

Current Workplaces:

  • Pelvic health and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Anaria and Southern Nest.

  • APA Level 1 and 2 presenter/tutor

  • WHTA Pessary Tutor

  • Co-Director of Born Ready 

  • Co-host of the Pelvic Health Podcast.

  • APA committee member for Women's and Mens' Pelvic Health. 


 Past Workplaces:

  • St George Hospital 2008

  • Oatley Physiotherapy 2009-2013

  • The Physiotherapy Clinic 2013-2023

Professional Development: 

  • Sydney University.  Bachelor of Applied Science Physiotherapy 2007


Pelvic health: 

  • WHTA Introduction to Women's health 2012

  • WHTA Advanced OAB 2014

  • WHTA Advanced SUI and POP 2014

  • Melinda Cooper.  The Lactating Breast 2014

  • WHTA Advance Pelvic Pain 2015

  • Advance Pelvic Skills Workshop (Peter Dietz) 2015

  • Melinda Cooper. Advanced Lactating Breast workshop (2018)

  • WHTA advance Bowel Disorders 2021

  • WHTA Research Update 2021

  • Lori Forner Transperineal RTUA 2022

  • WHTA research Update 2022


  • Barbara Hunderford.  Treatment of the Lumbar spine and pelvis (muscle energy) 2009

  • Barbara Hungerford.  Functional exercise and rehab for lumbopelvic stability 2010

  • Lyn Watson. Shoulder level 1 2010

  • GEMt Dry needling  2015

  • Connect therapy Series (12 month program), including thoracic rings 2017. 

  • Diane Lee Diastasis and the Abdominal wall 2018


  • NSWstate Contienece Foundation Conference 2016

  • National Continence Foundation conference 2016

  • PB conference2022

  • The chair of Allied Health workshop at UGSA 2022.

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