E-Lynn Tan

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E-Lynn Tan – Physiotherapist

I take pride in providing the best physiotherapy treatment possible, to help my clients overcome long-term pain and functional issues. To facilitate their recovery, I treat the person as a whole, combining hands-on techniques, strengthening through clinical pilates methods and dry needling. I enjoy tailoring my approach for each client, as every person’s needs and goals are individual.

For nearly 10 years I have worked as a Physiotherapist, predominantly in private practice with a strong emphasis on clinical pilates, sports injuries and women’s health. I have gained a wealth of knowledge from providing treatment for a range of musculoskeletal conditions including acute spinal injuries, pre and postnatal rehab and post-surgical.

I find movement through Clinical Pilates to be a wonderful tool to help a range of clients rehabilitate and improve strength and conditioning, from elite sportspersons to pregnant mums and office workers with neck and back pain. I have trained with Dance Medicine Australia.

My areas of special clinical interest include:

  • Cervicogenic (tension) headaches
  • Chronic back pain and spinal issues
  • Neck stiffness and pain
  • Postural strain
  • Hip & knee issues – acute and chronic
  • Sports injuries – tennis elbow, ACL, ankle sprains
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation – hip replacement, knee surgery
  • Exercise rehabilitation including Clinical Pilates
  • Dry Needling

Pregnancy care:

Women’s Health:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Continence issues
  • Prolapse
  • Constipation
  • Sexual dysfunction

To make an appointment with E-Lynn call (08) 6389 2947 or click here to make an online booking.

Articles by E-Lynn:

Perineal Trauma During Birth

Perineal Trauma During Birth

Perineal traumas can happen during the birthing process where the baby's head is either too large or the opening doesn't stretch enough to let the baby's head through.
Desk Setup Tips

Desk Setup Tips

Does your occupation require you to be in front of a screen for long hours? Are you getting neck pain and headaches because of it? Here are some simple tips to improve your posture at work and make back and neck pain and thing of the past.
How to care for your caesarean scar

How to care for your caesarean scar

Your caesarean wound will usually be along or just below your bikini line. Very rarely it might be straight up and down your tummy. It will usually have dissolvable stitches or staples. It’ll take 6-10 weeks for your wound to heal completely. Below are a few tips on how to look after your scar.