Meet Our Team

Trisha Ching

Director/Founder/Senior Physiotherapist

•  Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) : University of Sydney

•  Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Pessary: University of South Australia  

•  Musculoskeletal and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

•  Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association


Trisha is the founder of Sydney Women's Physiotherapy and has over 17 years of clinical experience in Women's Health and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Physiotherapy. 


Trisha is committed to leading her team in providing the highest quality of care to empower each individual patient to achieve their goals with sensitivity, understanding and respect.


Early in her physiotherapy career she gained a firm foundation in assessing and treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Her most rewarding and challenging role was working as a civilian physiotherapist within the British Army, where she gained a strong interest in treating complex musculoskeletal conditions. This grounded her skills in biomechanics of the human body.


Working opportunities within the hospital System in Women's Health Physiotherapy allowed exposure to working collaboratively with other health clinicians within Ante-Natal Care, Maternity Wards and Pelvic Floor Outpatient Clinics both in Australia and the UK.  Conditions treated included pre and postnatal pain, pelvic floor dysfunction (incontinence, sexual pain, prolapse etc), abdominal muscles separation, young babies with musculoskeletal and developmental concerns.


Trisha has done extensive post graduate training within the areas of Women's Health, Pelvic Health Physiotherapy (women/men/children) and Pain Science.  She believes in a holistic and integrated body systems approach to assessment and treatment. Her expertise in external and internal pelvis assessment is a key feature in the successful outcome of her patient's care.


A systematic exercise prescription method is essential for all physiotherapy treatment, hence Trisha incorporates Pilates and functional training style exercises into her patient’s treatment.


Trisha is a wife and mother of three daughters.  In her spare time, she enjoys Karaoke with her girlfriends, exercise training in the backyard with her kids and sports mad husband.


Trisha consults on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. 

Marissa Joseph

Senior Physiotherapist

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy

• Musculoskeletal and Women's Health Physiotherapist

• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association


Marissa graduated from the Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and since graduating has been working in private practice managing women’s health and musculoskeletal concerns. Through her years, her areas of interest have expanded to include paediatric continence. 


Marissa is passionate about pelvic health, particularly the management of pelvic pain. She recognises the importance of a holistic and multi-disciplinary approach when addressing her patients concerns. Marissa enjoys taking away the principles of yoga and pilates when prescribing exercise and has presented at the Continence Foundation of Australia NSW 2021 Conference about the benefits of yoga as a therapy for pelvic floor dysfunction.  


Marissa is our lead physiotherapist and assists in mentoring our junior physiotherapists. She is enthusiastic about ensuring that Sydney Women’s Physiotherapy maintains the high level standard of therapy that it is known for. 


In her spare time, Marissa enjoys playing netball at a competitive level, running, cycling, pilates, yoga and most importantly, attending her book club!   



Marissa consults from Monday – Friday. 

Carrie Seow


• Masters of Physiotherapy

• Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Arts in International Studies

• Musculoskeletal and Women's Health Physiotherapist

• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association


Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, Carrie pursued a career in the finance industry working for a global investment bank before deciding to change paths. She graduated from the Master of Physiotherapy program at the University of Sydney where she developed a keen interest in Women's Health. 


Carrie completed one of her clinical placements in Women's Health physiotherapy at Westmead Hospital, a large tertiary teaching hospital, where she was mentored to provide inpatient physiotherapy, assessing and managing patients with diastasis rectus abdominis, pelvic girdle pain and post natal pelvic floor inpatient education. 


Since graduating, Carrie has completed further training in Women's Health in the areas of female urinary incontinence and urgency, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain disorders, diastasis of the rectus abdominis muscles and pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain. 


Carrie enjoys incorporating Pilates and movement as part of treatment and she has also gained further training in Pilates with Polestar which covers both mat and studio equipment Pilates. She also works part time as a Pilates instructor at another clinic.


In her spare time, Carrie enjoys attending Pilates classes, swimming, salsa dancing, snowboarding and playing tennis. Recently, Carrie has embarked on the journey of motherhood, which has enriched her understanding and knowledge of the pregnant and post partum patient. 


Carrie is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (Continence and Women's Health Group) and the Women's Health Training Associates. 


Carrie consults on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Kimia Sharifi Nasab


•  Bachelor of Physiotherapy ACU (Honours)

•  Musculoskeletal and Women's Health Physiotherapist 

•  Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association


Kimia studied her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) degree at Australian Catholic University. In her third year of university, she started her research study for her Honours Program where she investigated the effects of tape applied at the hip in female runners. Kimia graduated with First Class Honours at the end of 2018. Her research was presented at Westmead Hospitals’ Allied Health Research Symposium and at the APA Transform Conference in Adelaide in 2019.


Since graduating, Kimia commenced work at Westmead Hospital where she worked collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team in a variety of fields. Kimia currently works both within the public and private sector in the area of Women’s Health and loves the diversity of treating women of all ages and of all life stages. Kimia’s passions lie in the management of pelvic pain and stress urinary incontinence with high intensity sport or running.Kimia’s experience in both the public and private Women’s Health sector and her extensive biomechanical knowledge obtained from her honours work, will enable Kimia to provide a whole body, integrated approach to her practice. Having first-hand hospital experience, Kimia understands the importance of working within the wider multidisciplinary team to achieve positive outcomes.


Kimia is our resident runner and believes a balanced approach should be taken to health and fitness. You can catch Kimia working on her technique through pilates practice across to running the streets of The Hills District.


Kimia consults on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.


Kiera Rogerson


•  Bachelor of Physiotherapy ACU

•  Musculoskeletal and Women's Health Physiotherapist 


Kiera graduated from the Australian Catholic University in 2015. In her final year of university, she completed a Women’s Health placement at Fairfield hospital where her passion for pelvic physiotherapy and pregnancy related conditions began. Kiera gained experience in both the maternity ward and outpatients treating pelvic floor dysfunction, abdominal separation, urinary incontinence, pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain and carpal tunnel syndrome.


Since then, Kiera has worked extensively in private practice treating both musculoskeletal and women’s health conditions. Throughout her career, Kiera has also worked with semi-elite sports teams treating sports related injuries as well as helping with return to play. In private practice, Kiera has instructed Pilates based classes and is currently teaching our mums and bubs class.


Kiera loves to combine her knowledge of both the pelvic floor with her musculoskeletal skills to treat women and help them achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. In her spare time Kiera enjoys keeping fit and active by going to the gym and also likes to wind down by reading a book or learning to cook a new recipe. 


Kiera consults Monday - Friday

Vineetha Boppana


•  Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) 

•  Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy

   (Women's Health and Continence) 

•  Musculoskeletal and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

•  Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association


Since graduating from the University of Queensland in 2015, Vineetha has gained a wide range of experience working in private practice and sports team settings, expanding her skill set with dry needling and matwork Pilates, amongst others.  Vineetha has always held interest in the pelvic health field and wasted no time in pursuing further education. In 2020, Vineetha moved to Perth to pursue a Masters in Continence and Women’s Health at Curtin University, which she is currently very close to completing.


Vineetha’s collaborative and holistic approach to her practice aims to empower women in their own health management and help achieve their goals. She approaches every interaction with respect, openness and sincerity. During her time in Perth, Vineetha established a physiotherapy service at a women’s health charity where she volunteered her services. This expanded her insight into women’s health concerns from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances.


Outside of work, Vineetha loves staying active either at the gym or going for hikes and exploring the world through cooking.


Vineetha consults on Mondays and Thursdays. 

Meredith Pireh


 Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)

• APPI Matwork Pilates Practitioner

 Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association

 Member of Childbirth and Parenting Educators Australia


Since graduating from the University of Sydney over 20 years ago, Meredith has been most interested in the area of Women’s Health. She has gained experience in both public and private hospitals and in private practice. This has included pre and post-natal physiotherapy and exercise programmes, treatment of gynaecology clients and neonatal physiotherapy. Meredith has enjoyed teaching Childbirth and Parenting classes with a particular focus on Active Birth over the last 20 years in a major public teaching hospital.


Meredith has always had an interest in developing and maintaining fitness throughout all life stages. Using exercise as a method for treatment and prevention of injury and improving overall health has lead Meredith to becoming qualified as an APPI Matwork Pilates Practitioner. It is her intention that through regular, enjoyable sessions with take home practice activities that every-body can improve their function.


In her spare time, Meredith enjoys fun activities with her husband and four children.


Meredith teaches Strength and Rebuild and Mums and Bubs exercise classes.