- BAppSc (Physiotherapy)
- PGCertPhysio (Continence & Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation)
- GDip (Ergonomics)
- GCertHSc (Human Nutrition)
- Clinical Pilates Physiotherapist
- Pelvic Floor & Continence Physiotherapist for Men and Women
Physiotherapist Liane Fenwick manages both the Pelvic Floor & Continence service and the Clinical Pilates program at Physioworks Health Group Camberwell.
Liane’s unique combination of skills, experience and empathy enable her to take a holistic and sensitive approach to the pelvic floor and core health needs of men and women.
Liane Fenwick has a special interest in the pelvic floor function of men and women and uses her evidence based treatment skills to sensitively manage a wide range of gender health conditions including pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse, and conditions of pregnancy. Further information on the Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy services available at Physioworks Health Group can be found here. Liane can also assist patients with pelvic floor dysfunction return to exercise in a pelvic floor-safe and supervised way.
Liane Fenwick is also one of only a handful of Australian physiotherapists trained to the highest level in both the internationally recognized STOTT Pilates method, and the rehabilitation-focused Clinical Pilates method. She has extensive experience working with patients rehabilitating from injury/illness, elite athletes, and clients seeking to maximise strength, stability and flexibility. Physioworks’ Health Group Camberwell Clinical Pilates program and timetable information can be found here.
Liane Fenwick has 23 years of clinical experience as a physiotherapist, with her undergraduate Physiotherapy degree awarded by Sydney University. She has also completed postgraduate qualifications in Pelvic Floor and Continence Physiotherapy (Uni of Melb), Human Nutrition (Deakin Uni), & Ergonomics (Uni of NSW). Over her extensive postgraduate journey Liane received two University awards for academic excellence, while her interest in pain management also saw her complete training in mindfulness meditation for health practitioners. Liane is currently completing a Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Exercise & Women’s Health) at Melbourne University.
She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, the National Continence and Women’s Health Special Interest Group, the Continence Foundation of Australia, and the Continence Foundation of Australia Physiotherapy Group (Vic Branch).
Liane is the mother to 2 active boys and in her spare time enjoys camping, pottery and volunteering for Guide Dogs Victoria. Liane Fenwick is also an Australian Olympian (Beach Volleyball ’96), former Captain of the Australian Indoor Volleyball team and a former national champion in rowing.