Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis

The Pioneer Pelvic Pain Clinic has a multidisciplinary approach that provides comprehensive care to patients suffering from pelvic pain. Our dedicated Patient Support Coordinator will work closely with you, your treating GP and allied health providers. The clinic has built a network of providers that can be included in your management plan, that will be specifically tailored to you, your needs and priorities.

The Pelvic Pain Clinic Team

Appointment Details

How to book an appointment at the Pelvic Pain Clinic 

Your first appointment will be an intake appointment with Rianan Simpson, our Patient Support Coordinator.
You can book via:

  • Online booking
  • Calling 9842 2822
  • Emailing


Initial Appointment with Patient Support Coordinator  60 minutes - no cost

When you book a Pelvic Pain Clinic appointment, you will be prompted to complete an online questionnaire to be submitted prior to your initial appointment. Rianan Simpson RN, the Patient Support Coordinator, will spend time with you collecting information and arranging for any results or treatment reports to be sent to the Clinic in readiness for your GP appointment. Rianan will also speak with you about what your priorities are in regards to your treatment plan. Rianan will assign you a treatment GP and arrange the booking of your appointments.


First Appointment with GP  45-60 minutes

The GP will have the information collected from your initial appointment with our Patient Support Coordinator. The GP will work with you to develop a management plan and liaise with other health providers that may participate in your care (e.g. Pelvic Health Physiotherapist).


Follow up appointment with GP  30 minutes

Follow up with the GP to review any results, discuss the progress of your management plan and review allied health involvement in your care.


Further appointments 

Further appointments will be arranged as required

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Whilst not all patients may require the help of our Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, many will.

Katie holds a post graduate Masters Qualification in Continence and Pelvic Health (Curtin University 2015). Katie has over 15 years of clinical experience in physiotherapy.

Chronic pelvic pain may affect everyone differently. For some it may impact on how the muscles and nerves in your pelvis function. The muscles in your pelvis may become tense as a response to other sources pain and inflammation. This tension may cause muscle spasms for the muscles inside and around your pelvis. These spasms may feel like painful cramps; however, it may also impact on how your bladder and bowel function. Increased muscle tension in around your pelvis may also make it difficult to relax your muscles, this can make sexual intercourse , pap smears and using tampons painful. It is not unusual to feel pain or tension in the structures and joints near your pelvis, such as your hips and lower back.

Chronic pain can have an impact on work, school, relationships, sport, sleep, mood and quality of life. A pelvic health physiotherapist will work with you to help you understand your pain and discuss ways to treat and manage some of the challenges you may be facing and optimise your quality of life.