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Emma Jovanovic

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Emma Jovanovic

Pelvic Floor & Women's Health Physiotherapist

Emma graduated from the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at The University of Melbourne in 2015 and commenced working at Western Health across a variety of areas. After completing a 6 month rotation in women’s health, Emma realised that this is where her passion lies and was successful in obtaining a position at The Royal Women’s Hospital in 2018. Since then, Emma decided to return to university to complete postgraduate studies in pelvic floor physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne.

Outside of Grow, Emma works in women’s health physiotherapy at Sunshine Hospital and leads their obstetric anal sphincter injury clinic, alongside Urogynaecology. She also works occasional weekends at Frances Perry Hospital. Emma has a particular interest in postnatal recovery after childbirth and pregnancy related conditions, however has experience treating women of all ages.

When not working, Emma loves to stay active, catch up with friends and spend time down on the Bellarine Peninsula at a beach, winery or both!

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