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Jenny Phillips

B App Sc (Physiotherapy) Hons; BA

APA Women’s Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist


Consulting at:

Life Cycle Physiotherapy

92 Carrington St, Adelaide

P: 0404 296 069

St Andrew’s Medical Centre (in rooms with Adelaide Private Surgeons)

Level 2, 321 South Tce, Adelaide

P: 8151 1333

F: 8151 1334

Jenny Phillips

Jenny graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Honours in 1998. She has worked in both public hospitals and private practice settings in Australia and the UK. She now divides her working time between private practice at Life Cycle Physiotherapy and the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network as a Senior Physiotherapist in Women’s Health and Continence.


As an APA Titled Women’s Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Jenny sees women and men with a range of issues. She is particularly passionate about treating pelvic pain and guiding her patients to a greater understanding of managing their pain in the bigger picture of their life. This includes treating people with endometriosis, sexual pain, vulvodynia and other types of pelvic pain. She also treats a range of other conditions including incontinence,

prolapse, and pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy and the postpartum period.


Jenny is current Chair of the South Australian branch of the Australian Physiotherapy Association Women’s Men’s and Pelvic Health (WMPH) Committee, and Deputy Chair of the

National WMPH Committee. These bodies help to arrange professional development for Physiotherapists interested in this field, as well as promote this important area of Physiotherapy more widely. Jenny continues to teach on APA professional development courses in Australia.


No referral is required to see Jenny.

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