Margaret Sherburn B.App.Sc (Physio), M.Womens.Hlth, PhD, FACP
Margaret is head of the Physiotherapy Department at the Royal Women’s Hospital and an academic in Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne. In these roles she has research, teaching, clinical and managerial responsibilities. Her main areas of research are the conservative management of pelvic floor dysfunction in women with prolapse or incontinence, and the role of exercise for pre and postnatal women. She has been the recipient of two NH&MRC grants for large multicentre studies. She is a member of the Physiotherapy Committee of the International Continence Society, and is on the Editorial Board of the Australian and New Zealand Continence Journal, and a contributing author to the recently published ‘The Womens’ Health Book’.
Dr Margaret Joy Sherburn declared on the Tuesday 4th April 2017 that they did not have any existing or known future financial relationships or affiliations to disclose (NONE).