Our Team

Seasons of Life Physiotherapy

Sue Carlin

Physiotherapist & Owner

Sue has almost 20 years of experience in the field of Continence management and Pelvic Floor conditions. Having qualified as a Physiotherapist in London, UK, she commenced her specialisation in this area at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel.

She moved with her family to Melbourne 20 years ago and since then has worked in many areas and health services in Melbourne. Sue has a special interest in treating complex bowel conditions and chronic pelvic pain. She has also worked as a massage therapist with various sporting clubs.

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)
Grad Cert (Continence and Pelvic Floor)

Louise Mansell


Louise brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to Season’s of Life. She has a keen interest in all things Women’s Health. Louise holds a post graduate certificate in both pelvic floor and continence and exercise and women’s health. She loves helping women with pelvic pain and pelvic girdle pain regain control of their bodies and their lives.

She is passionate about guiding women through their exercise journeys throughout the lifespan. Whether it be safely and realistically returning to exercise postnatally, holding your baby for you while guiding your movements or teaching you to exercise with your baby. She can provide you with an individual plan to allow you to keep moving and exercising after developing pelvic girdle pain or accommodate this is group classes. She will empower you to take control of your own recovery and understand how to listen to and respond to your own body.

Louise has two young children of her own and understands the struggle of keeping everything balanced. She is a yoga and Pilates devotee, loves camping, anything outdoors, has a history of 15 years of martial arts, 10 years horse riding and is a qualified massage therapist who has worked with many elite sports teams when living in WA.

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
Grad Cert (Pelvic Floor and Continence)
Grad Cert (Exercise and Women’s Health)