“Being able to jump on the trampoline with my kids without leaking is something I just didn’t think would ever happen again, thank you so much for helping me get there.”

– FPC Client

We are a team of passionate Pelvic Floor and Continence Physiotherapists based in Robina on the beautiful Gold Coast. We want to ensure all women have access to the latest, evidence based practice they deserve. We understand how confronting pelvic related concerns can be and how they can significantly impact your life. Our team strives to learn your story and understand your condition in order to give you the best possible outcome and care.

Our luxurious, spa-like clinic in Robina offers a warm and inviting atmosphere from the moment you walk through the door. We pride ourselves on creating an environment that feels relaxing and welcoming without the clinical aspect.

Sarah Percy (nee Anderson)
Women’s Health Physiotherapist & Director

Born and bred on the Gold Coast, Sarah completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy (DPT) and Bachelor of Exercise Science (BExSc) degrees on the Gold Coast at Bond University. Over the years, Sarah’s soul purpose has been to educate all women about their body.

Sarah believes knowledge is power and understands the importance of staying well informed when it comes to choosing the right, individualised healthcare. Sarah’s passion for Pelvic Health began when she was working on the Maternity and Gynaecological wards at Pindara Private Hospital.

Sarah was blown away at the information she was learning around the pelvic floor that we simply don’t get taught growing up.

Since then, Sarah has undertaken numerous post-graduate courses on Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Pessary fitting, Advanced Anorectal Dysfunction, Overactive Bladder, Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder (GPPPD) including Provoked Vulvodynia, Vaginismus, Endometriosis, Pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain and Diastasis Rectus Abdominis Muscle Rehabilitation post baby.

Sarah’s passion is Pelvic Girdle Pain during Pregnancy and Sexual Pain. Her aim is to provide holistic, evidence-based care to all patients to help them make the right choice when it comes to their health.

Postgraduate Qualifications:

  • Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor (WHTA) 2017
  • Pregnancy Related Lower Back Pain 2017
  • Australasian Gynaecology and Endoscopic Surgery Symposium 2018
  • Advanced Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence and Pessary Fitting (WHTA) 2018
  • Australasian Gynaecology and Endoscopic Surgery Conference 2018
  • Pelvic Floor Relationship to Exercise, Sport and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction (WHTA) 2019
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – Pelvic Floor 2019
  • Advanced Anorectal/Bowel Disorders (WHTA) 2020
  • The Pregnant Pelvis 2020
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – The Childbearing Year 2020
  • APPI Pilates Matwork Level 1 2020
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – Female Pelvic Floor 2021
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – The Childbearing Year 2022

Erin
Senior Physiotherapist (Women’s Health and Pilates)

MPhtySt (Physio) University of Queensland, B.Sc (Exercise Science) Simon Fraser University

Originally from Canada, Erin moved to Australia in 2002 to complete her Master of Physiotherapy Studies at the University of Queensland. Following this, she worked in private practice for many years in Newcastle, NSW before relocating back to the Gold Coast with her family in 2021.

Erin is an experienced physiotherapist who has undertaken extensive post-graduate education in musculoskeletal conditions and in the area of Women’s Health which she is passionate about.  She enjoys providing pregnancy and post-natal physiotherapy care as working together with women as they age, through menopause and beyond.  Erin is trained in pelvic floor muscle assessment and retraining, treatment for overactive bladder and incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis rectus abdominis muscle rehabilitation, pelvic girdle dysfunction, pregnancy-related joint and muscular pain, as well as treatment of pelvic pain conditions.  She truly enjoys empowering women in their health journey using evidence-based treatment and a holistic approach.  Erin is a member of the Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Group of the Australian Physiotherapy Association as well as the Women’s Health Training Associates (WHTA).

Outside of work, you will find Erin spending time with her family and friends as well as trail running.  She also enjoys road running, strength training, hiking, and time at the beach.

Postgraduate Qualifications:

  • Continence and Pelvic Floor Workshop (Chiarelli Healthcare): internal vaginal examination
  • APA Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy Level 1 Course
  • The Pregnant Pelvis – An Integrated Approach 
  • WHTA: Advanced Pelvic Floor- Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence Course and Pessary Fitting
  • WHTA Mini Research update 2023: Early Post Partum PFMT in the presence of Avulsion
  • Preparing the Pelvic Floor for Birth

Kelly
Senior Physiotherapist (Pelvic Health, Musculoskeletal and Pilates)

Kelly grew up in Melbourne and studied a Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Deakin University, followed by a Doctor of Physiotherapy at Bond University on the Gold Coast. After working on the Gold Coast for a number of years Kelly and her husband decided to move to Vancouver Canada to travel and progress their careers. Kelly just returned from 5 years working and living in Vancouver in early 2024. Kelly has worked in private practice for many years in both Australia and Vancouver, as well as a teaching assistant on several private Physiotherapy courses and at the University of British Columbia.

Kelly has extensive experience in pelvic health and musculoskeletal clinical caseloads and teaching both privately and in education institutions. She is a certified integrated systems model practitioner, Pilates instructor and educational speaker. Kelly has completed postgraduate courses in pelvic health and musculoskeletal conditions. Kelly is a member of the Women’s Health Training Associates (WHTA).

Kelly uses the integrated systems model approach to take a holistic view at your concerns and goals and tailor a plan that’s individualised to you. Kelly has a special interest in pregnancy and postpartum conditions, peri and post-menopause, sexual health, pelvic pain and injuries/symptoms in high level athletes such as runners, snowboarders and cyclists.

Kelly enjoys running, snowboarding, hiking, camping and ceramics. Through these hobbies of her own Kelly understands the importance of moving well and feeling well to get the most out of life.

Postgraduate Qualifications

  • Pain Symposium 2016
  • Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor (WHTA) 2017
  • Pregnancy Related Lower Back Pain 2017
  • Australasian Gynaecology and Endoscopic Surgery Symposium 2018
  • Advanced Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence and Pessary Fitting (WHTA) 2018
  • The Integrated Systems Model Series 2019
  • Certified Practitioner Integrated Systems Model 2020
  • The Abdominal Wall – Diastasis Rectus Abdominis and the Implications for Low back and Pelvic Health. What’s the Solution? 2020
  • Upper Quarter 1 and Lower Quarter 1 Combination Course on Clinical Neurodynamics 2020
  • Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Floor 2021
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – The Childbearing Year 2022
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – Female Pelvic Floor 2021, 2023

Teaching

  • Pelvic Health – Master of Physiotherapy, University of British Columbia
  • The Integrated Systems Model Series – Parts 1,2 and 3 – Learn with Diane Lee
  • The Abdominal Wall: Diastasis Rectus Abdominis and the Implications for Low back and Pelvic Health. What’s the Solution? – Learn with Diane Lee 2020-2023
  • New Perspectives from ISM for Women’s Pelvic Health – Pelvic Health Solutions 2021
  • Pelvic Health Workshop – Kelly Rigby 2022

Published Articles

Liz
Physiotherapist (Women’s Health and Pilates)

Liz is a passionate Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, with experience in treating Pre- and Postnatal conditions, Pelvic Pain and return to exercise after having a baby.

Along with incredible knowledge around Pelvic Health, Liz enjoys working with her clients to provide a holistic and client-centred approach to their individual management. Liz believes ongoing education is of paramount importance, and proactively collaborates with colleagues and other health professionals in order to provide optimal outcomes for all of her clients.

After completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at the University of Queensland in 2017, she has undertaken ongoing professional development to further her knowledge within the Pelvic Health field.

She also has a background in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy, working within various private clinics in both Victoria and Queensland, as well volunteering her time with local football (AFL) and basketball teams.

Postgraduate Qualifications:

  • APA Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy Advanced Course
  • APA ‘Nutting Out Men’s Health’
  • APPI Level 1 Matwork Pilates
  • Neuromuscular Dry Needling Course (Beginner & Intermediate Levels)
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – The Childbearing Year 2022
  • Preparing the Pelvic Floor for Birth – 2022
  • Diane Lee – Treating Women with Pelvic Girdle Pain, Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Diastasis Recti – 2022

Kaitlyn
Physiotherapist (Women’s Health and Pilates)

Kaitlyn, originally from the Lockyer Valley, moved to the Gold Coast where she completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Griffith University. Since graduating in 2017 she has worked in private practice, gaining experience in pelvic health, spine care, musculoskeletal injuries, and exercise therapy. She has also completed courses in clinical Pilates instruction, ensuring her patients are offered a diverse range of exercises to help reach their goals.

Kaitlyn’s interest in pelvic health has continued to grow since she graduated and she aims to use this interest to help those at all stages of life, from children to adults with pelvic health concerns. She enjoys learning and staying up to date with new advances in pelvic health research, affording her patients the best in evidence-based treatments. Kaitlyn provides her patients with individualised management options using a holistic approach. Kaitlyn has also completed post graduate courses to advance her knowledge in urinary incontinence, constipation management, prolapse, over-active bladder, pelvic pain including endometriosis, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

Outside of the clinic, Kaitlyn likes to practice what she preaches and keep active. She enjoys Pilates, hiking, gym-based training and swimming. Kaitlyn spent a lot of her youth in team sports, particularly field hockey, and loves to be apart of the team environment.

Post Graduate Qualifications

  • Women’s Health Training Association 5-Day Intensive Course 2019
  • Children’s Bowel and Bladder Course – Dawn Sandalcidi- 2022
  • Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health 2019
  • APPI Matwork Courses 2021
  • APPI Reformer Courses 2021
  • DMA Pilates Certification 2020
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – The Childbearing Year 2020
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – Female Pelvic Floor 2021
  • Women’s Health Research Update (WHTA) – The Childbearing Year 2022
  • Diane Lee – Treating Women with Pelvic Girdle Pain, Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Diastasis Recti – 2022

Hayley 
Practice Manager

Hayley was born and raised on the west coast in Canada and moved to Australia in 2010.

She is a qualified pilates instructor with a passion for health and group fitness.

She spends her quality time at the beach, near the water and in the sun with her cavalier puppy, Gigi.

Claire
Reception & Administration

Claire grew up on the South Island of New Zealand in the small coastal city of Dunedin.

Claire loves the ocean and spends all of her time off at the beach, swimming, surfing, and sun tanning to name a few.

Claire has a huge passion for health and nutrition and is always creating healthy meals and snacks for family and friends.