Ms Nada Radi
Nada is a registered physiotherapist who has held a special interest in women’s health, pelvic floor dysfunction and prenatal and postnatal rehabilitation since she completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Western Sydney 2013. Since then, she worked a full year at Campbelltown Public Hospital as part of an allocation program to solidify her clinical experience. She has also pursued her goals of becoming a trained and experienced Women’s Health Physiotherapists by undertaking extensive post-graduate studies under the renowned Women’s Health Physiotherapists Taryn Hallam.
Currently Nada’s clinical areas of interest are pelvic floor dysfunction and pregnancy related problems. Her clinical service aims to provide detailed assessment and management options for women suffering with any type of pelvic floor dysfunction, ranging from pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence through to chronic pelvic pain. In addition, Nada also provides clinical services for women suffering with common pregnancy discomforts including lower back pain, circulatory issues as well as hand and wrist complaints.
Nada has an intense passion to ensure all women have access to high quality care and empower them to regain health and function no matter the age. She puts a high priority to continuing education and enhancing her skills and treatment techniques, to ensure they are up to date with current progresses in research.
Apart from work, Nada is a very social and outgoing person who loves spending time with her family and friends. She has a cheeky little girl who fills her life with happiness and joy. She puts a high priority to spiritual well-being and helping others in need.