Senior Physiotherapist & Clinical Pain Coach

Caitlin McPhee

Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), Curtin University; Post Graduate Certificate (Continence & Pelvic Health)
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Caitlin McPhee is a Pain Coach and Physiotherapist with a special interest in pelvic pain and women's health. She has extensive experience in various fields, including wellness, sports science, musculoskeletal physiotherapy, chronic disease management, pelvic health, and women's health.

My Background

Caitlin's fascination with the connections between movement and the mind, combined with her love for sports, led her to study Physiotherapy at Curtin University. After graduation, she worked in private practice in Melbourne, where she developed a passion for women's and pelvic health. Upon returning from Melbourne, Caitlin completed her postgraduate qualification in women's & men's pelvic health at Curtin University. Over her career, she has worked in multidisciplinary teams, learning from a wide variety of health professionals and fields. Caitlin joined Painless in 2022, eager to continue helping patients better manage their pain.

My Approach

Caitlin's approach emphasizes the connection between the mind and body. She takes a holistic, integrated approach to treating and managing pain, believing that multidisciplinary care is essential in pain management. With a strong passion for pelvic health, she combines evidence-based physiotherapy, pain science, and specific movement rehabilitation to deliver a best practice approach to treatment. As a pain coach, Caitlin's role is to listen to her patients' stories and work with them to create a treatment plan focused around their unique goals.

My Favourite Therapies

  • Pain coaching
  • Dry needling
  • Movement therapies
  • Mindfulness techniques
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Women's health physiotherapy
  • Continence and pelvic health support
  • Exercise prescription for pain management
  • Manual therapy techniques
  • Education and self-management strategies

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Caitlin McPhee


Available in person or via telemedicine, anywhere in Australia.