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Libby Borman , BSc Physiotherapy and Grad Cert in Continence and Women's Health

Perth Women's Physio
Mount Hawthorn Western Australia, Australia, 6016
Libby Borman, Perth Women's Physio
Physical Therapist
  • Pelvic Health - Both Male and Female
  • Pregnancy
  • Postnatal
  • Female Athlete
  • Female (Genital) Pelvic Pain
  • Prostate Cancer; Post-Cancer
  • Menopause
  • Bowel
  • Bladder
  • Pediatric
  • Physical Therapy Practice




At Perth Women's Physio we are a team of experienced women's health physiotherapists who can provide advice and treatment suggestions for a wide variety of conditions that affect women. The most common conditions we help with are: Bladder concerns – urine leakage, incontinence, urgency, frequency, nocturia, overactive bladder, interstitial cystitis. Bowel concerns – faecal leakage, constipation, incomplete emptying, haemorrhoids, anal fissures. Pelvic pain or sexual intercourse concerns – dyspareunia, vaginismus, painful orgasm, decreased pleasure, endometriosis. Pregnancy related problems – pelvic girdle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, round ligament pain, antenatal exercise programs, preparing for labour or caesarean section delivery. Postnatal advice – vaginal or caesarean section recovery, breastfeeding concerns, back pain, neck pain, wrist pain, pelvic floor muscle weakness, rectus abdominus diastasis (abdominal separation) and returning to exercise guidelines. Pelvic organ prolapse – identification, prevention, management, preparation for surgery and recovery from hysterectomy or vaginal repair surgery. Women’s health – prevention and management of cardiovascular, bowel, bladder and bone health in women experiencing perimenopause symptoms.

Insurance and Payment Info

We accept any patients and most will be able to claim back from their private health insurance. We also accept referrals of patients under the EPC plan completed by the GP>

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