Genia has worked in both private and public sectors in Australia as well as in Europe (The Netherlands), working as a Physiotherapist, a Clinical Pilates Instructor as well as an Acupuncturist.
She is a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and Women’s Health Special Group, a member of Continence Foundation Australia as well a member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA). She is also very active in ongoing education as she believes it enhances the practice, providing best care according to the up-to-date evidence-based medicine.
"My special interests and areas of expertise include:
Musculoskeletal conditions common in perinatal period such as Pelvic Girdle pain, back pain, carpal tunnel etc.
Bladder and bowel dysfunction
Pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction
Pelvic organ prolapse
Education and training on TENS for labour
Exercise in pregnancy and postnatal period
Breastfeeding issues – blocked ducts, mastitis, poor supply
Teaching use of TENS for labour
Acupuncture for fertility, during pregnancy and postnatal recovery as well as for general musculoskeletal issues and general wellbeing
"When not working, I love spending time with my husband, my teenage son and two very active dogs. To maintain my own well-being and life-balance I enjoy my regular Yoga and Pilates exercise, I love cooking and discovering the world through travelling”.