Amy O'Mara - Physiotherapist

Amy O’Mara

Physiotherapist

BAppSc (Phty), University of Sydney / BAppSc (Sport & Exercise Science), UWS / BAppSc (Sport Management), UWS
Amy O'Mara - Physiotherapist

Amy is an empathetic and affable physiotherapist and co-founder of Secret Women’s Business Physiotherapy with almost 20 years experience. Amy draws on a wealth of knowledge in areas of women’s health, lower back & pelvic pain, and exercise physiology, treating holistically with compassion and understanding. Following the completion of degrees in Sport Management, Sport and Exercise Science as well as Physiotherapy, Amy commenced her vocation in the public sector before moving into the private sector to hone her musculoskeletal skills for many years. For over a decade now Amy has pursued a special interest in individualised women’s health physiotherapy consultations.

Amy strives for balance in life and makes time to do the things she loves including spending quality time with her husband and three children, baking and cake decorating, watching movies and socialising with friends. Amy actively volunteers each week in the community at two local schools, both in the coordination and delivery of their Primary Ethics programs.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy Post Graduate Training

  • Biannual Pelvic Floor Research Update (2 days, Childbearing Year – Pregnancy and Early Postpartum) Oct 2020
  • Resolving Recurrent UTI (Equilibria Education) Sept/Oct 2020
  • pHantastic pHlora: Vaginal microbiome (Equilibria Education) Aug/Sep 2020
  • Advanced Anorectal Disorders 3 Day Symposium and Workshop (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Oct 2019
  • Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health, Sept 2019
  • Birth Choices (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Aug 2019
  • Biannual Pelvic Floor Research Update (2 days, SUI, POP, OAB & Pain) June 2019
  • Complex Cases-Trauma (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Sept 2018
  • Addressing Sexual Dysfunctions (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Sept 2018
  • Vaginal Rejuvenation Laser (Dr Alex Izurietta) August 2018
  • Explain Pain – Neuro Orthopaedic Institute (2 days, Canberra), April 2018
  • Continence Foundation Australia, QLD Conference: Women’s Health Through the Life Stages (Brisbane), March 2018
  • Sydney South Pelvic Floor Meeting: Perineal Trauma and Endoanal Ultrasound (3 days), Feb 2017
  • Pelvic Floor Relationship to Exercise, Sport & Musculoskeletal Dysfunction (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Nov 2013
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain – Genitourinary & Anorectal Chronic Pelvic Pain Disorders (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) May 2013
  • Urgency Incontinence, Faecal Incontinence & Implanted Sacral Neuromodulation Workshop (WHTA) May 2013
  • Type III Stress Urinary Incontinence – Intrinsic Sphincter Deficiency (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) May 2013
  • Kid’s Bladder Workshop – Children’s Hospital Westmead, March 2012
  • WHRIA Pelvic & Perineal Pain Symposium, Feb 2012
  • Stress Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse & Pessary Management (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Feb 2012
  • Overactive Bladder (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Nov 2011
  • The Postnatal Patient (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA) Oct 2011
  • Women’s Health Physiotherapy 5 Day Intensive Introduction (WHTA) Aug 2011
  • Continence & Pelvic Floor 2 day Workshop – Chiarelli Health Care (Newcastle), July 2010
  • Practical Pelvic Floor Assessment Workshop (Royal Hospital for Women) May 2010

Pelvis & Lumbar Spine & other Musculoskeletal Post Graduate Training

  • Discover the Thorax- Level 1: Biomechanics & Inter-Ring Control for Optimal Trunk Function – LJ Lee (Canberra) March 2010
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association: The Concepts of Mobilisations with Movements – Brian Mulligan (Newcastle) Aug 2008
  • The Sports Pelvis: it’s role in recurrent hamstring & groin pain – LJ Lee (Canberra) June 2008
  • The Essential Role of the Thorax – LJ Lee (Canberra) Aug 2007
  • The Breathing Symposium – LJ Lee (Canberra) Aug 2007
  • AMTA Muscle Energy Technique: Treatment of the Pelvis & Lumbar Spine – Barb Hungerford Feb 2007

Helping everyone stay safe

Secret women's business Physiotherapy:
A COVID Safe Business.

We remain open and are continuing to see patients both face to face and via telehealth.

Our physiotherapists are wearing masks at all times. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our friendly reception team.