Sue Croft is a Brisbane Physiotherapist with a special interest in pelvic floor dysfunction including urinary incontinence, prolapse conditions, bowel management and pelvic pain for women, men and children.

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In accordance with Queensland Government health alerts, our practice will remain open to see patients face to face unless patients are required to self isolate.

Refer to this link if you are uncertain of current isolation restrictions.

Even if you are isolated, you can opt for a Telehealth (video or telephone) consultation if you wish. Regional and remote patients can always opt for a Telehealth appointment.

Current advice is that face masks are not mandatory however we may ask you and your physiotherapist to wear a mask should the circumstances require. Please be sure to tell us before you arrive if you have any illness symptoms.

If you are unsure about your appointment, please call us on (07)38489601 or 0407659357.


Our COVID Safe Plan

To minimise the risk of COVID transmission we ask if you meet any of the following criteria, you cannot come to the rooms for a face to face consultation. However, you can still be treated quickly via our Telehealth consultations. Please contact us on 0407 659 357 or (07)38489601 for advice about your appointment:-

  • If you have specific indicators of COVID including fever, a dry cough or tiredness, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, loss of movement or speech. You should seek medical advice.
  • If you have general ill-health indicators such as aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhoea, conjunctivitis, headache, loss of taste or smell or a skin rash – or even a common cold.
  • If you have returned from overseas within the last 2 weeks.
  • If you are awaiting COVID test results.
  • If you have been in contact with anyone who currently has COVID, or is still testing positive for COVID, or is suspected of having it or is awaiting tests for COVID.
  • If you are required to self isolate.
  • If you have been in a designated ‘hot spot’ referred to in the Queensland government website here.


If you do meet any of these criteria, you can still be treated quickly via Telehealth. Read more…


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