About Michelle Kenway Physiotherapist

Michelle Kenway is a Physiotherapist, author and exercise instructor for women. Her long-term experience as a private practitioner and hospital-based consulting Physiotherapist have provided her with unique understanding of the health and fitness challenges confronting women through their various life stages.

Michelle Kenway Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

In addition to her experience working and exercising with women, Michelle’s post-graduate Physiotherapy qualifications have furthered her understanding of safe pelvic floor exercise for women.

Michelle has also lectured widely to medical specialists and physiotherapists on the importance of pelvic floor safe exercise for women. She has presented to community groups and is proud to be associated with the Continence Foundation of Australia. She was one of the first physiotherapists involved in the Pelvic Floor First Australian Government funded safe exercise initiative. Michelle has also lectured to fitness professionals in mainstream fitness for their professional accreditation on behalf of Pelvic Floor First.

Michelle conducts weekly exercise classes for women for physical rehabilitation, strength training, bone health and safe pregnancy exercise. Her exercise participants have include women with physical challenges including:

  • Pelvic floor problems
  • Post-operative pelvic floor surgery
  • Osteoporosis
  • Musculoskeletal problems
  • General health problems and illnesses including breast cancer, diabetes and arthritis.

In addition to her professional experience, Michelle is a mother of two boys so she understands the physical challenges and demands placed upon the body with motherhood and beyond.

Michelle is committed to providing women with access to quality professional information and support to help them exercise appropriately regardless of their age or stage of life.

Why Pelvic Exercises was Founded

Many women worldwide can’t access Women’s Health Physiotherapy information.

Pelvic Exercises was founded by Michelle Kenway to help women access to quality health professional information about exercising safely and effectively with pelvic floor problems. She set about making this information freely available to women through her news media articles, online videos and her internationally acclaimed pelvic floor safe exercise program Inside Out

The popularity of Michelle’s articles and videos has helped to develop a worldwide community of like-minded exercising women, exercise instructors and health professionals who recognize the importance of pelvic floor safe exercise for women.

Professional Qualifications

Bachelor Applied Science Physiotherapy (Distinction) University of Sydney NSW

Diploma of Education University of NSW

Post Graduate Diploma Exercise for Women University of Melbourne Victoria

Post Graduate Diploma Continence and Women’s Health Curtin University Western Australia

Professional Memberships

Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)

Continence and Women’s Health Group (APA)

Continence Foundation of Australia (CFA)

Professional Registration

Physiotherapy Board of Australia (Current 1996-2019)

Involvement Professional Associations

Australian Physiotherapy Association In Motion Magazine – contributor

Continence Foundation of Australia (Australian Government) – lecturing community groups, contributor to online website material

Pelvic Floor First Australia (Australian Government) – lecturing community groups, contributor to online website material, member of founding group

Mater Private Hospital QLD – lecturing community groups, medical specialists and allied health groups

Jean Hailes Foundation – lecture community group

Publications Written by Michelle Kenway

Inside Out – The essential Women’s Guide to Pelvic Support with Dr Judith Goh Urogynaecologist

Prolapse Exercises Inside Out

Hysterectomy Exercises – Exercises for Avoiding Postoperative Complications

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