Sue Bulluss brings to you all the gems, pearls, nuggets and wisdom she has amassed in a physiotherapy career spanning over 4 decades. Join Sue as she unlocks the secrets to using the right words, creating the right vibe and delivering the best childbirth education tailored to you and your unique patient group.
Sue Bulluss has worked in the realms of Childbirth Education since the birth of her first baby, that baby turns 40 next year. After graduating in 1976, Sue originally began working with Childbirth Education Association which then became CAPEA, the Childbirth and Parenting Education Association. Sue started at the Queen Victoria Hospital in Adelaide in 1981 which then moved to the Women's and Children’s' Hospital in North Adelaide 1995, where she continues to work today. Sue has played an active part of the active birth movement in Australia throughout her long career educating and advocating for women and their families from all ages, cultures and demographics. She possesses a passion and enthusiasm that is contagious and is a Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health living treasure.
Women's, Men's and Pelvic Health National Group
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