Women's Health Physiotherapy | Sydney Injury Specialists

Women’s Health Exercise Physiology Specialist

Empowering and Prioritising your Health

Specialising in Women’s Health

Pre and Post Natal and Post-Menopausal

Specialising in Women’s Health, we provide personalised rehabilitation and management plans for women of all ages. Our experienced health professionals are dedicated to addressing women’s unique health concerns and providing evidence-based treatments.

We offer a range of specialised programs, including prenatal and postnatal, pelvic floor rehabilitation, postmenopausal osteoporosis, and breast cancer rehabilitation. Our team works with you and other health care specialists to create a team decision about your health goals.

A number of women’s health conditions we have worked with include:

  1. Pelvic Floor
  2. Rehabilitation
  3. Preeclampsia
  4. Abdominal Separation
  5. Training Optimisation with Menstrual Cycle
  6. Post-Natal Depression
  7. Prolapse
  8. Endometriosis
  9. PCOS
  10. Menopause Management
  11. Breast Cancer Rehabilitation
Women's Physiotherapy

How can we Help?

Utilising exercise physiology into your lifestyle gives you the opportunity to gain access to evidence-based treatments to help overcome physical challenges and achieve your ideal health status.
Our specialised program targets women’s health issues such as pregnancy-related pain, postnatal recovery, menopause symptoms, and breast cancer treatment side effects.
Our personalised approach, combined with our team of dedicated and experienced women’s health specialists provides women with the highest quality support and resources to achieve optimal health and wellbeing.

Sydney Women's Physiotherapy

Our Programs

Postmenopausal Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a skeletal disease where the bones of the human body become brittle and frail. Due to zero symptoms of the development of osteoporosis and osteopenia, a diagnosis is not confirmed until an individual experiences a fall or fracture.
Bone is considered a living tissue and is remodelled throughout our lives- meaning there is formation of new bone at one site and resorption of old bone at another site. Osteoporosis creates an imbalance of this system, resulting in excessive bone resorption and inadequate formation of new bone.

However, exercise-based rehabilitation has shown to stimulate bone osteogenesis in osteoporotic patients, as well as improve muscle mass and balance to reduce the risk of fall-related fractures.

While we recommend ongoing individualised Exercise Physiology to manage Osteoporosis, we currently run a ‘6 Week Introduction to Osteoporosis and Exercise’ Course where we target the below goals:

Main Goals of Osteoporosis Exercise Physiology

  1. Maintenance of Bone Mass- Dynamic weight-bearing loading to stimulate bone formation
  2. Increase Muscular Strength- Functional strength rehabilitation plan.
  3. Mobility and Balance- Reduce the risk of falls and to encourage joint mobility.
  4. Individual Lifestyle Goals- SMART Goal to be determined by the individual based on their lifestyle.

Are you interested in taking this Course?

Sign up below and we will send you information on when our next course is!

Post-Natal Return to Running Program

Running is an exercise that many women enjoy and often miss after pregnancy. However, as a result from pregnancy and birth, the pelvic floor, gluteals and lower body muscles are weakened as a result and have changed position. Often when there is no strengthening, women find it difficult and painful to run. That’s why we created the ‘16-Week Return to Running Program’.

So women can run confidently, correctly and care free!

If you are interested in this program, book in for a initial consultation below

Post Natal Program


See what our clients have to say about us

I couldn’t recommend Matisse enough! Took the time to listen to every facet of my medical history and was able to make me understand what was happening and how it can be improved. Her kind nature and enthusiasm about helping people makes sessions incredibly fun and personalised. I leave my sessions feeling accomplished and confident in myself! The facilities and vibe are exactly what I have been wanting and with Matisse’s expertise I am excited to see the improvements in my overall health as well as my specific medical needs.

Emma Jalalaty

Matisse impresses me with the care and professional approach to my personal aims and objectives and over a period of sessions she devised a suitable programme for me. I particularly enjoy her warm smile, friendly demeanour and positivity. Whilst some of the sessions are hard work her constant encouragement makes it all worthwhile. The excellent gym equipment and friendly environment is a further encouragement for me.

Trevor J

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Going through womanhood should be empowering, not draining. Start your journey to recovery and improved wellbeing by booking below!

Meet the specialist

Matisse Hasler

Exercise Physiologist

Health and sport has always been an integral part of my life and being an exercise physiologist allowed me to bring passion into my career. Being an elite athlete allowed me to become an athletics coach for the Special Olympics which cultivated my passion to help other people improve their movement through exercise. From there I completed a degree in Exercise Physiology (Honours) which allowed me to gain experience in many opportunities.


  1. Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise Physiology) Hons
  2. ASCA Level 1
  3. Cert 3 Group Fitness
  4. First Aid
  5. Fitness Australia Pre and Post Natal Course
  6. Owner/Director of Sydney Injury Specialists
Exercise Physiologist

matisse Hasler

Exercise Physiologist

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a long term condition but I am not sure if I need Exercise Physiology?

Give us a call! We can have a nice in-depth chat to you to determine how we can help you and utilise Exercise Physiology into your lifestyle.

My friend and I are both looking for Exercise Physiology…can we do it together?

100%- Having a friend with you can keep you accountable and is fun! We offer 2:1 and 3:1 Exercise Physiology sessions.

Can I claim with Private Health Insurance?

Our allied health services are covered by most private health funds and rebates may be available. Please check with your health fund provider to see if you can receive a rebate for Exercise Physiology.

If I haven’t exercised before, can I exercise while pregnant?

It is recommended to start exercising during pregnancy from the first trimester, but you should always consult with your GP or physiotherapist before starting any exercise program.

What is pelvic floor rehabilitation?

Pelvic floor rehabilitation is a program that aims to help women overcome issues such as incontinence, pelvic pain, and prolapse by strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor through exercise and other techniques.

Can physiotherapy help with breast cancer rehabilitation?

Yes, Physiotherapy can help women recovering from breast cancer treatment by addressing issues such as lymphedema, pain, and fatigue. A Exercise Physiologist can provide exercises and other treatments to help improve range of motion and strength.

Do I need a doctor's referral to see a physiotherapist?

 In most cases, a doctor's referral is not required to see a health specialist. However, some insurance plans may require a referral for coverage, so it is important to check with your provider.

How should I prepare for my first women's physio appointment?

It is recommended to bring any relevant medical records or information, wear comfortable clothing that allows for ease of movement, and be prepared to discuss any specific health concerns or goals with one of our team members.

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