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Akhila Muraleekrishnan

B Physio

Akhila graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of Newcastle in 2022. She has experience providing therapy in a variety of geriatric, rehabilitation, neurological and acute areas within private, hospital and community settings. Akhila has  a deep-rooted commitment to enhancing the lives of women beginning from her student physio days having completed placement at the Royal Hospital for Women and currently completing the Level 1 Womens Health course through the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

Akhila aspires to bring a unique blend of expertise, empathy, and empowerment to The Physio Station and become a fully qualified and specialised Womens Health Physiotherapist.

Whether it’s guiding women through pregnancy-related discomfort, aiding in postpartum recovery, providing knowledge and guidance around menopausal changes,  addressing pelvic floor issues, education and exercise management of incontinence or even musculoskeletal concerns of the hip and lower limb Akhila is keen to provide care and treatment that advocate for women’s health and strive to break down barriers to access and education.

Akhila is currently on maternity leave.