About Us

Inner Active Pelvic Health Physiotherapy is committed to providing you quality care in the treatment of bladder,
bowels and pain concerns in a safe and comfortable place.





Tafy Seade

Principal Physiotherapist

Since graduating in 2005 Tafy  has spent the last 10 years working with women. Over that time her interest continued to develop in gaining skills in pelvic health for both men and women.  She holds post graduate certificates in Exercise for Women and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation from the University of Melbourne and has trained in Pilates. In addition to her role as  Principal Physiotherapist at IAP, she also consults at the Royal  Women’s hospital which has empowered her to deliver a holistic whole person approach in her treatments.

She is experienced in the management of pregnancy-related musculoskeletal conditions (including coccyx pain, pelvic girdle pain and thoracic pain), return to sport after childbirth, incontinence, prolapse, chronic pelvic pain, perineal trauma, mastitis, pre and post-operative pelvic surgery rehabilitation and pre and postnatal abdominal and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. Tafy has a patient- centred hands on approach in working with a broad spectrum of patients. She is also a  sessional tutor at the University of Melbourne. Outside work she enjoys traveling, running, spending time with family and keeping up with her three very active boys. 


Continence foundation of Australia 

Continence Foundation of Australia Physiotherapy Group (Victoria Branch)

Australian Physiotherapy Association -Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health committee member

Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG)

Janice Campbell


Janice Campbell has been practising as a Physiotherapist since 1983 in both the private and public sectors. Specialising in Continence and Women’s Health since 2004, her main areas of expertise include pregnancy and post natal issues, pelvic floor rehabilitation, bladder and bowel continence and prolapse.

With over 14 years of experience in the field of Women’s Health, Janice has  helped many women achieve their goals in complete health.

​She holds a special interest in the older women providing education on osteoporosis prevention and management.

Shuchi Gupta


Shuchi completed her Bachelor in Physiotherapy and Master’s in Sports in 2008. Since then, she has gained extensive experience working in both private and public settings.

Shuchi has always had an interest in women’s health and pelvic health which has led her in gaining further postgraduate studies.  She combines her knowledge in the area of women’s health with her extensive background in musculoskeletal rehabilitation to establish a holistic approach in her patient care and treatment. Shuchi has a particular interest in working with pregnant and postpartum women and understands the challenges they face. She is passionate about complete wellbeing, understands the benefits of exercise and education to empower women in managing their conditions throughout the life stages.

Outside of work she enjoys  Cycling, classical Indian dance, yoga.

Catherine Duffy


Catherine has over 12 years experience in a wide variety of physiotherapy areas. She has followed specifically her interest in men’s & women’s pelvic floor physiotherapy and physiotherapy for the childbearing years since qualifying from the University of Melbourne with a Postgraduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in 2012.

Catherine is passionate about helping women and men maintain health, fitness and continence throughout all stages of their lives. She is committed to evidence based practice via regular participation in professional development and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (including the Continence & Women’s Health Group) and the Continence Foundation of Australia (Physiotherapy Group). She has also participated in teaching at Latrobe University. In addition to working in private practice, Catherine works as a pelvic floor physiotherapist at Northern Health Community Therapy Service.

(Currently on Maternity Leave)