105 Rutland Street, St Albans, Christchurch, NZ [See map]


Maree gained post-graduate qualifications from Otago University New Zealand, in continence management in 2002. She developed and strengthened the Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Service at Christchurch Women's Hospital where she worked for 19 years treating women with pelvic health issues and teaching other physiotherapists, nurses and doctors. In June 2014, she left her part-time role at Christchurch Women's Hospital to focus solely on her private practice work and has increased her teaching role to community groups, physiotherapists, personal trainers, GPs and Consultants.

Her dedication in delivering a high standard of care to her patients has gained her respect amongst her colleagues including consultant urologists, gynaecologists and colorectal surgeons. Maree is committed to providing up to date evidenced-based practice and regularly attends advanced practitioner courses in order to provide the best standard of care for her patients.

Maree has her own life experience of overcoming chronic fatigue syndrome and a chronic pain condition. This experience motivates her to seek the best outcome for her patients, and enables her to empathise with her patients when they struggle with the limitations of their pelvic health issue.


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Address: 105 Rutland Street, St Albans, Christchurch, NZ

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Womens Pelvic Health
Womens Health
Maree specialises in assessing and treating womens health problems, for example, bladder issues, antenatal, postnatal, surgical and many more.
Mens Pelvic Health
Mens Health
Maree is also an expert at treating mens health problems including issues affecting; the bladder, the bowel and pelvic pain.

Pelvic Pain
Pelvic Pain
Maree treats a range of conditions causing pain around the pelvis. Find out more...

Bladder Issues
Bladder Issues
'Two common types of bladder complaint are Stress Urinary Incontinence and Urge Incontinence.

Bowel Issues
Bowel Issues
'Common complaints can be Faecal Incontinence or Obstructed Defaecation (difficulty passing a bowel motion).