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Kaitlyn Tandy


Kaitlyn graduated from the University of Sydney in 2007 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy). She has been working in the private practice setting in Canberra since 2009.  Previously she has worked in 3 different practices across Canberra before starting KT Physiotherapy in 2018. 

Kaitlyn is passionate about Women's Health and has completed post graduate training in this area including the pelvic floor, pregnancy and post natal physiotherapy . She is excited to have commenced further study in a Masters of Physiotherapy (Pelvic Health) through the University of Melbourne mid-year 2022.

Kaitlyn's areas of professional interest include:

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy:

  • Headaches                                              

  • Neck pain

  • Lower and mid-back pain

  • Pelvis including SIJ pain and Pubic Symphysis Pain

  • Multiple Injuries or areas of pain

  • Complex pain presentations

Women's Health Physiotherapy:

  • Pre and post-natal 

  • Pelvic Pain

  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

  • Stress Urinary Incontinence 

  • Dyspareunia (pain with intercourse)

  • Rectus Diastasis (abdominal seperation)

  • Endometriosis

Kaitlyn has a great appreciation for how interconnected the body is. She uses ConnectTherapy™ (a biopsychosocial framework) and The Thoracic Ring Approach™. developed by Canadian Physiotherapist Dr LJ Lee. ConnectTherapy is an approach that looks at the person as a whole and aims to identify any underlying influences/causes to your presenting problem.  It uses whole body assessment of meaningful functional movements to help  you understand your body better and to assist in the design of a targeted treatment program to help alleviate your symptoms.


If you would like further information on ConnectTherapy or The Thoracic Ring Approach by Dr LJ Lee please click the relevant link below. Each link will take you to the corresponding information page on Dr LJ Lee's clinic website: 

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For further details of Kaitlyn's qualifications and ongoing professional development please click here.


 Physiotherapy for all areas of the body using a bio-psychosocial, whole body approach. Aimed to help you move better and alleviate your symptoms

Women's Health

Physiotherapy treatment for common women's health conditions including pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, rectus diastasis and prenatal & postnatal musculoskeletal complaints.  


Frequently Asked Questions

  • KT Physiotherapy currently accepts:

    • Private full fee paying patients (with or without private health insurance)

    • Allied / Extended Health Care Plans through Medicare - full payment at time of appointment then self claim

    • NDIS clients - self managed or plan managed

       KT Physiotherapy does not currently accept DVA, Comcare or

       Third Party compensation claims.

  • Booking Appointments

    • Book online or contact me.  

    • New Patients - on booking an appointment you will receive a patient registration form and a copy of the clinic policy via email.  Please return the completed forms prior to your appointment if possible.

  • Length of In Clinic Appointments 

    • 1 Hour Initial Assessment​​  

      • For assessment of:

        • new injury/complaint

        • First appointment post natally

        • an injury/complaint you have previously had assessed but it has been longer than 3 months between appointments

      • 1 hour gives time to hear your story and to perform a thorough assessment that will effectively guide your treatment.

    • 45 Minute Review - follow up consultation

    • 30 Minute Short Review

  • Cost of In Clinic Appointments and Payment

    • $200 for 60 minute initial assessment​ 

    • $150 for 45 min review

    • $120 for 30 min review

    • Eftpos or Cash payments at time of appointment

  • Private Health Insurance

    • Health point available in the clinic

      • Can use membership card to claim at time of appointment if covered for physiotherapy services.

      • Able to tap digital card or swipe existing card for claim. 

  • What to bring/wear​​ 

    • Loose comfortable clothing​

    • Ladies - please wear a comfortable bra that does not cover too much of your spine (best to avoid racer back)

    • Referral if you have one (not necessary to see a Physio)

    • Imaging results 

  • Disability and Pram Clinic Access 

    • Lift access inside building​

    • Disabled and pram access via brierly street. Alternate access via parkinson street car park

For any other questions please do not hesitate to contact me.  

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Opening Hours

Monday 8am-2:30pm 

Tuesday 8am-2:30pm

Wednesday 8am-4:30pm

Thursday 8am-4:30pm 

For General Enquiries

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Health Space Weston

Level 1, 14 Brierly St

Weston ACT 2611


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