Biljana Kennaway

Biljana Kennaway

MSc in ACP Pelvic Health, Educator, POGP Assistant Editor, APPI Master Trainer in Women's Health

With more than 20 years clinical experience in private practice as well as the UK’s National Health Services, Billie has specialised in pelvic, obstetric and gynaecological physiotherapy (POGP) and graduated from Brunel University with MSc in Pelvic Health in 2022. She currently works in Zurich offering Pelvic Health and MSK physiotherapy consultations for women and men and has many athletes and performing arts patients that she manages 'in the field' where they perform.

Beyond clinical work, Billie teaches postgraduate courses in Pelvic Health and is an assistant editor for Journal of POGP, taking the role of enhancing academic standards and increasing international visibility. She is a public speaker and has presented at several professional conferences internationally and runs workshops for public and corporate organizations (recently she run a focus group and a presentation for the employees of Johnsons & Johnsons and women's guild of United Nations) raising the awareness of pelvic health.

Clinically work closely with athletes and their coaching teams and often treat where my clients are performing so I can understand all factors that may influence their performance and their experienced symptoms.

As a fully certified instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) and a Master Trainer in Women’s Health (pre/post-natal and continence) Billie has been presenting modified Pilates courses for medical professionals on a range of different pathologies internationally.