Physiotherapist – Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2003)
Certificate of Clinical Physiotherapy Continence and Women’s Health, Curtin University (2012)
Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy Continence and Women’s Health, Curtin University (2015)
Amanda Rieseberg is a physiotherapist with a special interest in Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health, Continence and Rehabilitation of the Pelvic Floor.
Graduating from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2003, she has practiced around Australia in rural, remote and metropolitan places. Amanda began her career in Echuca and has worked in many locations including Newcastle, Tamworth, Cobar and Brisbane before heading off on a working holiday around Australia. During this time she gained wide ranging experience in musculoskeletal, paediatrics, cardiorespiratory and neurological physiotherapy.
She settled in Broome, and began her journey into specialising in Pelvic Health and Continence, completing her Post Graduate Certificate in Women’s Health and Continence prior to the birth of her first child.
Working in private practice, and studying to complete her Masters in Continence and Women’s Health, she had her second child. With her young family she embarked on her next chapter, to find a home on the Sunshine Coast, arriving in 2015.
During her time on the Sunshine Coast she has worked in Pelvic Health at the public hospital, initially at Nambour and then Sunshine Coast University Hospital treating pelvic health conditions of the bowel, bladder, sexual and pelvic floor related disorders, including pain conditions.
She is committed to continual learning and undertakes regular professional development to remain up to date with the current evidence.
When not working, she enjoys exploring the bush, being in nature with her family, music and spending time with her husband and three children.