Women’s Health, Men’s Health and
BSc Physiotherapy PGDip
Aline graduated with her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2007 and then went on to complete her postgraduate degree in Women’s Health.
Aline is very experienced in treating all musculoskeletal conditions (including the use of dry needling) but has specialised as a Women’s Health and Nutrition Coach. She is also a Therapeutic Yoga and Pilates instructor and she has furthered her education in Women and Men’s Health in Europe, US and in Australia.
Moreover, she has recently concluded her PINC cancer rehab certification, and area she wishes to develop for patients that are undergoing or post cancer treatment.
Outside of work Aline studied Martial Arts (Aikido) for almost a decade in both Europe and Japan, and she loves dancing and singing. In order to increase awareness to women’s and men’s urogynecologic conditions, Aline is regularly active on social media and is also known as “The Pelvic Tuner”. Aline has lived her life with chronic pelvic pain. She is aware of some of the struggles and unsupportiveness a lot of her patients with pain have to face, therefore her passion dwells in treating chronic and complex musculoskeletal and women/men’s health cases.
Aline treats the following conditions:
- Antenatal and Postnatal care – education for partner and pregnant and pelvic floor health
- Pelvic floor muscle rehab
- Abdominal separation (diastysis)
- Chronic pelvic pain – included pain that may result from Endometriosis
- Urinary and faecal dysfunction
- Dyspareunia or pain during or after intercourse
- Vulvodynia and vestibulodynia Vaginismus
- Pudendal neuralgia
- Pelvic neuralgias
- Vulvar varicosities or Vulvar varicose
- SIJ or sacroiliac joint, groin and Pubic symphysis pain during and after pregnancy
- Physiotherapy rehab before, during and after cancer post gynaecologic and prostate cancer
- Nutrition Coaching for Pelvic pain, vulvodynia and pelvic conditions
- Pessary Fitting
- Ultrasound, Electric stimulation and Biofeedback
- Sexual Dysfunction
“To promote good health outcomes, teamwork is essential. That starts with respecting the individual client—integrating their treatment program into their daily life to get lasting change.”