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meet our team

Simone Szabo

Founder & Head Physiotherapist
Since having her children, Simone has developed a passion for all things Women’s health, adoption a holistic and empathetic approach to everyone she sees.  With over 15 years experience, including a strong background in musculoskeletal and sports Physiotherapy, Simone has undertaken extensive training in the Field of Women’s Health.
Simone strongly believes all women should have access to the knowledge that will allow them to make informed choices, and love guiding women back to what they love to do following birth, surgery and menopause affected tissue changesF

Taryn Katz


After many years of dedicated service as the community’s pelvic floor physiotherapist, Taryn has made the decision to transition into retirement. 

While she will no longer be seeing patients directly, she will maintain an active role within Women’s Health Matters focusing on mentoring, educating and guiding the incredible team of pelvic floor physiotherapists we have in place to ensure that the high level of patient care continues without interruption. 

Jennie Whitaker

Senior Physiotherapist

Jennie has had a keen interest in Women’s Health since early in her career, being involved with both education and clinical management of per and postnatal women.

As a qualified Childbirth Educator, Jennie headed up the Women’s Health Physiotherapy care team at Hornsby Hospital for many years.

Since moving to private practice, she has been fortunate to be able to follow her passion for Women’s Health, and expand her knowledge and skills in this specialised area.

Amanda Baxter


Loves cooking new recipes, dancing, & finding ways to be outdoors and active. Wife, mum of two beautiful humans and a dog. 

“Every day is a school day, an opportunity to learn something new”.

Maya Khanna


Loves to sing, dance and discover the world. Mum of two. Enjoys teaching women how to get the best of out of their body at every stage of life. 

“You’ve always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself.”


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