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.
- 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