Samantha Clarke – Physiotherapist
Sam has a keen interest in the area’s of Pelvic Health and Continence, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Exercise Rehabilitation. She is currently completing her Master’s in Pelvic Health and Continence and has an interest in managing symptoms arising in the Post-Menopausal period, Urinary and/or Bowel Incontinence, Overactive Bladder Syndrome, Pelvic Floor assessments in the pregnancy and post-partum period including return to exercise and sport, Pelvic Pain and more.
After completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University, Sam dove straight into musculoskeletal physiotherapy and has a range of experience in overuse injury, sports rehabilitation, cervicogenic headaches, and age-related aches and pains. She has also completed further training in Clinical Pilates and Dry Needling.
Sam firmly believes in delivering person-centred care. Through her practice, she works to deliver the best possible outcomes by educating and empowering clients to be active participants in their own recovery and health management, whilst utilising a combination of manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation.
Sam also has a knowledge of specific health factors impacting gender diverse and queer communities and has a keen interest in ensuring a high-quality of care for all people.
When she is not working, Sam enjoys playing football, taking her kelpie on adventures, and spending time exploring the outdoors with her partner.
Samantha works from our Bicton Physio Practice.