Meet Your Womens Health Team – Jordan Kain

Jordan Kain – Your Women’s Health Dietitian

Meet Jordan!
Jordan is one of our Dietitians and Nutritionists in North Sydney, passionate about utilising food and nutrition to enhance her client’s health and wellbeing. 

It is Jordan’s core belief that nutrition is incredibly personal, therefore she utilises an individualised approach with each and every client that she sees. Jordan strives to guide, educate and empower her clients toward a place where they feel happier and healthier, confident in their own food choices and are progressing toward the best versions of themselves that they can be. “Love the food you eat. Live the life you love” is Jordan’s mission, striving to reduce the uncertainty around dietary science, and bring the JOY back to food, cooking and nutrition.  

Jordan studied Exercise and Sport Science and holds a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Sydney. She has been practicing dietetics in the private space in Sydney since the completion of her degree. Jordan prides herself on continuously learning and keeping up to date with the latest nutrition research through professional development opportunities. 

Jordan is an enthusiastic “home chef”, constantly experimenting to create new, delicious recipes for her clients (and family!) or working to optimise the nutrition of other’s recipes. If not in the kitchen or working with clients, Jordan can usually be found walking with her fiancé and beautiful Baby boy, Cooper, alongside one of Sydney’s beautiful beaches or harbours. 

Jordan has worked successfully with a wide variety of clients with a broad scope of chronic conditions and health goals in her career. Jordan’s specific passion lies in working with her clients to reach their nutrition-related goals whilst improving their relationship with food. She has found that this combination approach, encompassing mindset and physical healthy changes, elicits long-term, sustainable results. Finally, having previously worked extensively in a DEXA clinic, Jordan has also had significant experience assisting individuals to reach body composition-related goals through dietary change. 

Why Women’s Health?
Jordan completed her Master’s of Nutrition & Dietetics in 2018 at The University of Sydney where her foundational knowledge of utilising diet to support and improve women’s heath originated. She since has gained extensive clinical experience working with females throughout the lifespan and in a wide range of areas including child & adolescent health; sports nutrition and athletes; pre-conception, pregnancy and post-partum nutrition including gestational diabetes; weight management; hormonal and autoimmune-related conditions; women’s cancer; menopause and older women’s health.  

In her practice, Jordan sees each and every client as unique and thus prioritises the individualisation of recommendations and dietary strategies in order to best support her clients. Jordan believes that optimal health and wellbeing is inexplicably linked to good quality food and nutrition and that improving one’s nutrition has profound effects on treating, managing and preventing diet-related health conditions and diseases.  

Alongside her clinical practice, Jordan enjoys unleashing her creative side in the kitchen, creating new recipes and ‘healthifying’ classic ones. She believes that discovering fun and an interest in food preparation and cooking is a much more enjoyable and sustainable way to optimise the nutrition of one’s self and their families for life.  

Why Healthfix?
Jordan holds a strong value that nutrition and dietetics is one part of the holistic process to enhance client’s health and wellbeing. She shares this ethos with Healthfix and their approach to client success through an integrated health approach. 

Jordan’s Qualifications
  • Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) 
  • Current membership with the Dietetics Association of Australia (DAA) 
  • Dietitian’s Unite Conference (2021) 
  • 3-day Lifestyle Medicine Conference (2020) 
  • First Aid and CPR Accreditation (2019) 
  • Mental Health First Aid Accreditation (2019) 
  • Working With Children Check (2019) 
  • ANZAED 2-day Workshop on Management and Dietetic Treatment of Eating Disorders (2019) 
  • ‘Talking to Parents About Weight’ Course for Health Professionals (2019) 
  • Dietitians Unite Conference Volunteer (2019) 
  • Go4Fun 2-day Health Coaching Course (Theory and Exercise Training) (2018) 
  • Child Protection Training Course, Sydney (2018) 
  • Cultural Orientation Certificate for Health Professionals, Broken Hill (2018) 

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Meet Your Womens Health Team – Amy Yeoland

Amy Yeoland – Your Personal Trainer & Pilates Instructor

Meet Amy!
Amy is an enthusiastic, energetic certificate 4 Personal Trainer, with 10 years of coaching experience.   Amy has completed her Bachelor of Exercise Sports Science at ACU and has a passion for health promotion and helping her clients to reach their personal best. Amy’s passion for working with women commenced at the early age of 16, where she coached various girls sports teams in her favourite sports, waterpolo and netball. This passion motivated Amy to continue working with women when studying nursing at Notre Dame University and in teaching mums n bubs swimming classes. 

Amy has been apart of the Healthfix team for the past 5 years and her clients appreciate her friendly and supportive nature that motivates them to perform at their best. Amy enjoys working with clients of all backgrounds, but in particular she finds working with women of all ages and stages in life to unleash their greatest potential through fitness, the most rewarding.

Amy is a dedicated athlete, training in a combination of strength training, Pilates, sprinting and netball. She finds that Pilates is the perfect exercise routine to complement both her athletic performance and strength goals. This fondness of pilates has led Amy to become a qualified Pilates instructor and she is currently the Lead Pilates Instructor at Healthfix. Amy encourages everyone to include pilates in their weekly exercise plan, as the principles of pilates supports all types exercise and even helps us move freely and comfortably in everyday movements like bending, walking and stretching.

Why Women’s Health?
Due to her varied life experiences in healthcare and fitness, Amy has always had a fascination with the sheer power that women’s bodies have. She prides herself on being able to utilise her studies in body mechanics and anatomy and physiology to create training approaches that are specific to women in any  stage of life. As a woman, Amy has the natural sense of empathy and relatability when it comes to the challenges that women face with exercise and self confidence, and has therefore dedicated her career to working with individuals on building healthy relationships with exercise and strong sense of self. Amy truly believes that tailored exercise and the right type of motivational coaching can give any woman the tool kit to set themselves up for long-term, self-sustaining success.

Why Healthfix?
Amy’ s chosen to work at Healthfix due to our holistic approach to health. Not having a one size fits all mentality, understanding the need for individualised plans for people and most of all looking at long term solutions! Knowing other clinics where you would see clients coming back again and again without any real direction or end point to their treatment, it is a relief that Healthfix is discharged focused & inspiring to work in a space were clients needs are met, wanting them to be ‘fixed’ & out the door long term.  

This year, Amy has become an integral part of our Women’s Health team. Working with our physiotherapists and dietitians to develop a well-rounded integrated women’s health service for our community. In particular, Amy has led the development of our new Antenatal and Post-Natal Pilates classes. Our Antenatal Pilates classes have been developed to allow you to continue to exercise through the entirety of your pregnancy, even if you’re a beginner! And our Post-Natal Pilates classes are designed for mothers to get back into exercise, in a safe and supported way. Our women’s health physiotherapists highly recommend giving one our pregnancy or post-natal classes a try if you’re expecting or a new mum, they are truly fantastic!

Amy’s Qualifications, Areas of Expertise and Interests 
  • B. Exercise Sports Science 
  • Certificate III in Fitness 
  • Certificate IV in Fitness 
  • Programming For Pregnancy- Polestar Pilates Course 
  • Training prescription and recover to optimise your menstrual cycle
  • Female adolescent training specific to minimise sport participation drop off’s. Managing growth spurts, puberty, motor control and physiological changes that affect movement & exercise 
  • Exercise Prescription specific for when TTC, Pregnancy & Post Natal 
  • Optimising training prescription for specific physiological & hormonal changes in relation to menopause 
  • Promoting positive body image and healthy relationships with exercise
 

Interested in booking in to see Amy? Click book now to start your journey today!

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Meet Your Womens Health Team – Samah Elomari

Samah Elomari – Your Women’s Health Physio

Meet Samah!
Samah is a passionate pelvic floor physiotherapist with a holistic, evidence-based approach to women’s pelvic pain and dysfunction. She also has a special interest in treating pregnancy and postnatal conditions. Samah is a qualified Exercise Scientist (Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science) and Physiotherapist (Master of Physiotherapy). 

Samah is great at helping women manage pregnancy related pelvic girdle or lower back pain, post-partum pelvic floor recovery and return to sport, and sexual pain disorders. Samah strives to create a safe space for all of her clients to be heard and the concerns and opinions valued. 

Why Women’s Health?
In 2017 while listening to a university lecture about pelvic pain, Samah had an ah-ha moment – pelvic floor physiotherapy was (and still is) her calling.  Samah was fortunate enough to land a placement at Fairfield Hospital where she worked on the maternity wards, seeing women with varying degrees of perineal tearing, abdominal separation and those with a high risk of pelvic floor dysfunction postpartum. She was also involved in the assessment and treatment of outpatients with prolapse, urinary and bowel disorders. Since then, she’s worked in private practice, treating people with various musculoskeletal dysfunctions, including those related to pregnancy and the postnatal period. Samah has more recently been working with more complex pain conditions including sexual pain and endometriosis. 

Samah has been practicing Women’s Health for the last three years, under the guidance of leading women’s health physiotherapists including Aline Filpe, Tusanee Jierasak, Zoe Wallace, Ruth Schubert and Heba Shaheed.  

Samah has a special interest in treatment of pelvic pain, and management of pregnancy related conditions, working closely with Obstetricians, Gynaecologists and GP’s including Dr Andreadis, Dr Valmadre and Dr Gemma Blain. 

Why Healthfix?
Samah loves working within an integrated team to help patients achieve whatever it is they want to achieve! She shares the belief that physiotherapy is only on component of a total solution for health. 

Samah’s Qualifications
  • B.App.Sc. (Exercise and Sport Science) 
  • M.App.Sc. Physiotherapy 
  • Women’s Health Level 1/Introductory Course (WHTA – Taryn Hallam) 
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence Course (WHTA) 
  • The Pregnant Pelvis – An Integrated Approach (Sydney Pelvic Clinic) 
  • Dry Needling Introductory and Advanced Course (CPD Health Courses) 
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Genitourinary, Anorectal and Sexual Pain Course (WHTA) 
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Pelvic Floor Relationship to Exercise, Sport and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction Course (WHTA) 
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Anorectal Pelvic Floor Disorders Course (WHTA) 


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Meet Your Womens Health Team – Zoe Wallace

Zoe Wallace – Your Women’s Health Physio

Zoe Wallace Meet Zoe!
Zoe is a Physiotherapist in North Sydney who’s full of energy and is driven to really make a difference for her clients, focusing on getting back and doing what they love. She strives to become an expert in the physiotherapy profession and helps you become an expert at managing and preventing injuries, so you too, can achieve your greatest success! Reflective of her personality she’s previously been nicknamed the ‘Energizer Bunny’. Its with her go getter, enthusiastic attitude that she approaches her clients and their rehabilitation.

Zoe completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2014 with Australian Catholic University and went on to work at Royal North Shore Hospital where she gained experience in musculoskeletal, rehabilitation, orthopaedics, neurosciences and acute care physiotherapy. Zoe then moved to private practice, focusing on Musculoskeletal and Women’s Health Physiotherapy. She endeavours to continue building her skills and expertise and achieve personal and career goals, through helping her clients to reach their own goals and full potential.

Why Women’s Health?
Zoe completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2014 with Australian Catholic University where she was lucky enough to be introduced to women’s health during this degree with a 12 week introductory program. Zoe then started her dive into women’s health with introductory training with Womens Health Training Associates (WHTA), completing several WHTA courses including training in prolapse and urinary incontinence management, pessary fitting, sports/ musculoskeletal conditions and pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain and sexual health including trauma. In 2020 Zoe completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Conservative Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse with the University of South Australia which is the worlds first tertiary led physiotherapy certification for pessary fitting and management.

Zoe works closely with Obstetricians, Gynaecologists and GP’s to care for women during their pregnancy and post partum, women with prolapse and incontinence and women with sexual or pelvic pain. Zoe works closely with Dr Ujwala Parashar, Dr Minke Burke, Dr Erin Nesbitt-Hawes and Professor Jason Abbott in her role as a physiotherapist treating women’s health clients.

As you can tell, Zoe’s great at working with a variety of clients and with her special interest in Women’s health is particularly skilled at helping in pre and postnatal care, stress and urge incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.

Why Healthfix?
Zoe loves working as part of an integrated team. She doesn’t believe physiotherapy alone can provide a sustainable solution to musculoskeletal problems, nor is it the gold standard way to provide healthcare. Not only can we provide our clients with the best possible care with a team of professionals but we can also become expert, more holistic professionals ourselves through experience and interactions and shared knowledge amongst the team.

Zoe’s Qualifications
  • B.App.Sc. Physiotherapy
  • Women’s Health Level 1/Introductory Course (WHTA- Taryn Hallam)
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence Course (WHTA)
  • Advanced Pessary Course (WHTA)
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Exercise, Sport and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction (WHTA)
  • DMA Clinical Pilates Unit A
  • NOI Group Explain Pain Course
  • Musculoskeletal and Segmental Dry Needling
  • CPR & First Aid

Interested in booking in to see Zoe? Click book now to start your journey today!



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