Our Team

Claire Saxton

Claire Saxton


Specialist Area of Focus

  • Child and Adolescent Continence – Mars Clinic 
  • Women’s & Pelvic Health 
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation 

Additional Areas of Interest

  • Breast Cancer Rehabilitation 


  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Queensland 

Additional Qualifications

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association –  Introduction to Women’s Health Physiotherapy, 2021 
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association –  Women’s Health Through the Life Stages Physiotherapy Level 1 (ongoing)   
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association –  Women’s Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Level 1 (ongoing)   
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association – Neurology Level 2 Course, 2020 
  • Mars Clinic – Paediatric Bowel and Bladder Disorder Management, 2019 
  • Vestibular Competency Course, 2018 


  • Outpatient Clinics 

Claire is a thoughtful and thorough clinician who helps patients improve their quality of life and better understand their own body. She works closely with children and teens with bladder and bowel conditions, and their families, in the Mars Clinic.  She also enjoys sharing her expertise in women’s health and pelvic floor physiotherapy.  Additionally, Claire has a keen interest in vestibular physiotherapy, having advanced training in the assessment and treatment of vestibular issues including dizziness, balance problems and vertigo.  She regularly receives wonderful feedback from her patients and their families. 

Claire comes from a family with a long history of service to the physiotherapy profession. Her grandmother, ergonomics pioneer Professor Margaret Bullock AM, is the former head of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Queensland. Claire’s mother, Dr Joanne Bullock-Saxton, is a highly skilled physiotherapist and one of Australia’s leading physiotherapy educators and researchers.  

Claire values quality relationships and empathy and loves to hike, dance and garden.  

Claire’s favourite quote: 

“The quality of the question defines the quality of the answer.” Author unknown 

Professional Memberships

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association member, since 2014 
  • Continence Foundation of Australia, since 2021