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Madison Cutmore

Madison Cutmore

Women's Health and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. I work in Cammeray. 

My story:

I grew up in sunny Port Macquarie and have always loved being outside, moving my body, exploring new places and being by the ocean. I moved to Sydney for university and have since had a wide array of weird and wonderful opportunities in far north QLD, Melbourne and Whistler BC.

I think the body is an amazing and incredible thing and I love being able to explore this mystery every day! I’m particularly in awe of the pregnant body, the birthing mother and being part of the post natal rehabilitation.

When I'm not at work I'm either at the beach, at the Crossfit box, running, spending time with my partner and friends or ideally at a long lunch.

What makes me different:

I love linking pelvic health with general musculoskeletal health to make sure my clients can keep moving in whatever way they like to. I particularly love helping women continue safe exercise in pregnancy and helping them return back to their chosen exercise post natally in a safe and effective manner.

I am also passionate about helping women with pelvic pain understand their bodies better and piece the puzzle together to work out what is causing their pain. I love working with crossfitters and runners (probably because that is what I like to do!). BUT my favourite thing is working with people to establish their goals and work toward them, whatever they are.

What I have learnt:

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy – Australian Catholic University


  • Pilates level 1, APPI

  • Dry needling level 1, GEMT

  • Sports trainer level 1, SMA

  • Connect Therapy the Thorax (Nov 2023), LJ Lee

Women’s health:

  • Introduction to Women’s health – Taryn Hallam, WHTA

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor: Stress urinary Incontinence - Taryn Hallam, WHTA

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor: Pelvic Organ Prolapse - Taryn Hallam, WHTA

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor: Pelvic Pain - Taryn Hallam, WHTA

  • Annual research reviews - Taryn Hallam, WHTA

  • Diastasis and The Abdominal wall, TPC

  • Birth Preparation for Physiotherapists, TPC

Fun Fact:

Too many quirks! I can't cook, I love RnB and country music equally but not as much as I love the Panthers.

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