Ms. Rebekah Das

Ms. Rebekah Das

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy (Honours 1A)

25 Years Experience

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Dr Rebekah Das (Physiotherapist, PhD) specialises in the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction. This includes bladder and bowel control problems, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse. Rebekah is an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of South Australia, where she has taught in the undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy programmes since 2001. Rebekah maintains an active role in research at the University of South Australia. Rebekah has presented her research at international conferences and is a member of the Physiotherapy Committee of the International Continence Society. Rebekah is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Whether you are a man or a woman, and whether you are young or more advanced in years, if you are troubled by bladder or bowel symptoms, or pelvic pain or discomfort, Rebekah will be able to help you.

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - University of South Australia, 2014
Graduate Certificate in Higher Education - Queensland University of Technology, 2005
Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy (Honours 1A) - University of South Australia, 1994


2009 - 2014 Continence Therapist at Daws Road Physiotherapy Clinic Adelaide
2009 - 2012 Continence Therapist at The Pelvic Floor Clinic, Adelaide, Australia
Lecturer at University Of South Australia, Adelaide
1994 - 2000 Physiotherapist at Adelaide Hills Community Health Service Murray Mallee Community Health Service Jamestown And Districts Health Service, Australia

Awards and Recognitions

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International Continence Society Best Clinical Abstract Presentation Ics Conference, Rio De Janiero, Brazil - 2014
Australian Physiotherapy Association Best Young Investigator Paper Apa Conference, Melbourne Australia - 2013
International Continence Society Travel Award Ics Conference, Glasgow, Scotland - 2011
University Of South Australia Teaching Awards - 2008
University Of South Australia Research Award - 2008


International Continence Society
Continence Foundation of Australia
Australian Physiotherapy Association
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