About us

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy was established in 2005 by Liz Childs. The practice has grown substantially since then. Liz now has a carefully chosen team of dedicated and passionate pelvic floor physiotherapists committed to providing personalised, expert treatment for their patients.  

Staff attend courses and conferences, along with regular inhouse training, to ensure they all provide consistent evidence-based treatment. You can be sure that whoever you see, you will get the same quality care.

The team. Left to right: Sarah Boyle, Stephanie Jones, Liz Childs

Our Staff

Sarah Boyle

Sarah is a highly experienced physiotherapist who has worked in women’s health since 2007, in both Australia and New Zealand. She was a member of the Women’s Health team at Wellington Hospital for many years and joined Liz at Pelvic Health Physiotherapy in 2017. Sarah presents regularly at antenatal classes.
Sarah’s areas of expertise include:

  • pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction 
  • pregnancy and post-natal work
  • bladder, bowel and prolapse issues
  • pre and postoperative gynaecological treatment
  • advice on safe exercise options to prevent pelvic floor dysfunction

Stephanie Jones

Stephanie is an experienced physiotherapist who has undertaken extensive women’s health study and is up to date with research in the area. She is also a Yoga and Pilates
teacher. As an active sports woman herself, Stephanie has a keen interest in ensuring safe return to exercise for women of all ages – be it high level or taking a walk.
Stephanie’s areas of expertise include:

  • rehabilitation after surgery
  • safe return to exercise for women after childbirth or surgery
  • pregnancy and post-natal patients
  • prolapse, bladder and bowel dysfunction
  • pelvic and sexual pain issues

Stephanie Jones

Stephanie is an experienced physiotherapist who has undertaken extensive women’s health study and is up to date with research in the area. She is also a Yoga and Pilates
teacher. As an active sports woman herself, Stephanie has a keen interest in ensuring safe return to exercise for women of all ages – be it high level or taking a walk.
Stephanie’s areas of expertise include:

  •  rehabilitation after surgery
  •  safe return to exercise for women after childbirth or surgery
  • pregnancy and post-natal patients
  • prolapse, bladder and bowel dysfunction
  • pelvic and sexual pain issues

Liz Childs

Liz has been practising pelvic floor physiotherapy since 2002. She enjoys helping people with pelvic health problems, treating both women and men. 

Liz has completed postgraduate pelvic floor study at the University of Melbourne. She speaks regularly at conferences and gives presentations to health professionals. She also
teaches at the University of Otago Medical School in Wellington, and is on the National Executive of Continence New Zealand.

Liz Childs

Liz has been practising pelvic floor physiotherapy since 2002. She enjoys helping people with pelvic health problems, treating both women and men. 

Liz has completed postgraduate pelvic floor study at the University of Melbourne. She speaks regularly at conferences and gives presentations to health professionals. She also
teaches at the University of Otago Medical School in Wellington, and is on the National Executive of Continence New Zealand.

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