In 2008, on obtaining her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in India, Sangeeta embarked on a diverse professional journey. She has accumulated physiotherapy experience across a range of healthcare settings, including hospitals, community environments, and private practice in India, Singapore, and Australia. Complementing her practical experience, she pursued further education, achieving a Graduate Certificate in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2011.
In her journey as a musculoskeletal physio, Sangeeta soon realised the need for specific physiotherapy care across the broad spectrum of women’s health. Becoming a mother herself made her aware of the importance of pelvic health. This personal journey inspired her to take action. Sangeeta completed a Graduate Certificate program in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in 2022 at the University of Melbourne.
Sangeeta pelvic health skills include pregnancy and postnatal weakness, pelvic organ prolapse, urgency, urge & stress incontinence, pre & post pelvic surgery, pelvic pain, painful sex, bladder & bowel weakness.
Sangeeta continues with regular professional development to ensure she is up to date with all the recent evidence in the area of pelvic health research.
Sangeeta’s strength lies in her ability to listen to her patient’s narratives. She ensures they feel valued, understood and empowered as they navigate their individual therapeutic journey to better health.
Outside of her work, Sangeeta enjoys spending time with her family, taking care of her two little girls, and embracing the joys and challenges of motherhood. She also plays badminton, a sport that not only keeps her active but also offers a chance to connect with friends over friendly matches.”