Natasha O'Brien - Physiotherapist

Natasha O’Brien


BAppSc (Phty), University of Sydney
Natasha O'Brien - Physiotherapist

Natasha is a warm, passionate physiotherapist and co-founder of Secret Women’s Business with more than 20 years of experience. Following a number of years delivering physiotherapy in the public sector, Natasha moved into private practice where she gained experience treating a range of musculoskeletal injuries and began specialising in lower back and pelvic pain.

Specialising in the area of women’s health for over 12 years now, Natasha is thorough in her patient care with a strong background in pelvis and lower back pain, approaching every consultation with empathy and understanding.

As a mother of three children, Natasha understands the challenges of juggling a busy lifestyle as well as caring for oneself. Natasha enjoys the outdoors, staying fit with cycling and swimming and running Core Gymball group physiotherapy classes each week.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy Post Graduate Training

  • 2021 Pelvic Floor Research Update (2 days, The Female Pelvic Floor, WHTA) Sept 2021
  • Overactive Bladder (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA), Feb 2021
  • Real Time Ultrasound – Pelvic Floor, Bladder and Abdominals (1 day) Dec 2020
  • 2020 Pelvic Floor Research Update (2 days, Childbearing Year – Pregnancy and Early Postpartum, WHTA) Oct 2020
  • Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health, Sept 2019
  • Birth Choices (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA), Aug 2019
  • 2019 Pelvic Floor Research Update (2 days, SUI, POP, OAB & Pain, WHTA), June 2019
  • Explain Pain (2 days, David Butler and Tim Cocks), Oct 2018
  • Continence Foundation Australia, QLD Conference: Women’s Health Through the Life Stages (Brisbane), March 2018
  • Pelvic Floor Relationship to Exercise, Sport and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction (Advance Pelvic Floor WHTA) Feb 2017
  • Sydney South Pelvic Floor Meeting: Perineal Trauma and Endoanal Ultrasound (3 days), Feb 2017
  • Anorectal Disorders 3 Day Symposium & Physiotherapy Workshop – Prof Marc Gladman and Taryn Hallum, Oct 2014
  • Urgency Incontinence, Faecal Incontinence & Implanted Sacral Modulation Workshop
  • Type III Stress Urinary Incontinence – Intrinsic Sphincter Deficiency (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA), May 2013
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain – Genitourinary and Anorectal Chronic Pelvic Pain Disorders (Advance Pelvic Floor WHTA), May 2012
  • Overactive Bladder (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA), April 2012
  • Kids Bladder Workshop – Children’s Hospital Westmead, March 2012
  • WHRIA Pelvic & Perineal Pain Symposium, Feb 2012
  • Stress Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Pessary Management (Advanced Pelvic Floor WHTA), Feb 2012
  • Women’s Health Physiotherapy 5 Day Intensive Introduction, Aug 2011
  • Practical Pelvic Floor Assessment Workshop RHW Randwick, March 2011

Pelvis & Lumbar Spine & other Musculoskeletal Post Graduate Training

  • Thorax – Level 1: Biomechanics and Inter-ring Control for Opyimal Truck Function – LJ Lee (Canberra) March 2010
  • The Sports Pelvis: it’s role in recurrent hamstring and 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: Pelvis and Lumbar Spine & Cervial spine (Level 1 and 2) – Barb Hungerford 2006-2008

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.