Eloise Borschtsch

Eloise graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours.

Eloise is our newest staff member to Complete Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy after transitioning from the hospital system in September 2018. Her varied clinical experience has seen her work in areas such as orthopaedics, trauma management, head and neck surgery, cardiopulmonary, paediatrics, geriatrics, maternity and pelvic floor physiotherapy areas.

 
Eloise’s passion for Women’s Health developed during her University clinical experience working within the Maternity and Gynaecology Physiotherapy Department at John Hunter Hospital in 2016. This interest further developed through her postgraduate experience rotating through maternity ward settings in both 2017 and 2018. Eloise recognises the importance of education and equal access to quality healthcare and is dedicated to providing an empathetic and holistic approach to achieving client-specific goals.

Eloise has a strong passion for ongoing professional development and has recently completed courses in both men’s and women’s pelvic health, alongside trauma and orthopaedic X-Ray Interpretation and Spinal Cord Injury Management.

Areas of Special Interest

  • Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
  • Management of Bladder and Bowel Incontinence
  • Ante and Postnatal Women’s Health
  • Pelvic Girdle and Sacroiliac Joint Pain

Qualifications and Affiliations

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) – University of Newcastle
  • Registered Physiotherapist with Australian Health Practitioner’s Regulation Agency
  • Registered Health Services Provider with WorkCover, Medicare, DVA, Medibank Private, Third Party Insurers and all other major Health Funds
  • Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member of the Continence Foundation of Australia

Recent course completions:

  • Lightbox Radiology Emergency and Chest X-Ray Interpretation
  • Physiotherapy Management of Spinal Cord injuries
  • Male Pelvic Floor Workshop
  • Female Pelvic Floor Workshop