fbpx

Our Team

Dipthi Samalia

Dipthi Samalia

Senior Physiotherapist | Director Marketing | Mars Clinic Clinical Stream Leader

Specialist Area of Focus

  • Mars Clinic (Child and Adolescent Continence) 
  • Women’s Health and Continence 
  • Neurological Physiotherapy 

Additional Areas of Interest

  • Antenatal and Postnatal Physiotherapy  
  • Breast Cancer Rehabilitation 
  • Cancer Care Rehabilitation     
  • Dry Needling / Acupuncture 
  • Men’s Health and Continence 
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy 
  • Pilates 

Qualification

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy, The University of Queensland 
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Otago, New Zealand 
  • Master of Business Administration, Griffith University 

Additional Qualifications

  • WHTA Advanced Pessary Fitting – Theory, 2019 
  • Mars Clinic – Paediatric Bowel and Bladder Disorder Management, 2019 
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association – Pilates for Neurological Clients, 2018 
  • AMLA Photobiomodulation: Women’s Health including pelvic pain and pudendal neuralgia, 2018 
  • Australasian Birth Trauma Association – Birth Trauma Workshop, 2018
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association – Female Sexual Pain, 2017 
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association – The Pregnant pelvis: An integrated Approach, 2017 
  • WHTA Prolapse and Stress Incontinence – Advanced Level 2 Pelvic Floor Course (included pessary fitting), 2016 
  • WHTA Advanced Pelvic Floor Objective Testing, 2016 
  • Jorgen Forsberg – Neuromuscular Dry needling – Advanced Level 2, 2015 
  • WHTA Advanced Pelvic Floor – Overactive Bladder, 2014 
  • Pauline Chiarelli -  Continence & pelvic floor workshop, 2013 
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association – Level 1 Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy, 2013 
  • Griffith University – Enabling Clinical Supervision Skills, 2013 
  • Jorgen Forsberg – Neuromuscular Dry needling – Beginners to Intermediate level, 2013 
  • Continence Foundation of Australia conference – Paediatric Continence, 2013 
  • DMA Clinical Pilates Physiotherapy Level 1 & 2, 2007 
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association – Level 1 Respiratory Course, 2005 
  • Redsok Seminars – Everyday Shoulder – Craig Allingham, 2005 
  • Redsok Seminars – Everyday Foot and Ankle – Craig Allingham, 2005
  • Mulligan’s NAGs, SNAgs Course, 2004 

Locations

  • Outpatient Clinics 

Dipthi is a highly experienced clinician and leader of Active’s Mars Clinic and Women’s Health teams.  

Her many years of broad experience and her person-centred approach, contribute to Dipthi’s ability to help her patients feel comfortable, committed and ready to achieve positive results. Dipthi has advanced training in Child and Adolescent Continence issues, and in her leadership role at Active, she expertly mentors our team in the management of children’s and teen continence issues.  

Dipthi also has advanced training in women’s health. She has a keen interest in providing physiotherapy to support women, throughout the lifespan, to navigate their injuries, concerns, or changes in their body. With her warm and empathetic nature, Dipthi is a strong supporter of services for women during breast cancer treatment – you may have seen her as the ‘face’ of the Breast Cancer Network of Australia’s Pink Buns fundraiser campaign in 2021.  

Dipthi has been part of our Active Rehab community for many years and works with a wide range of surgeons and multidisciplinary health teams connected to our hospital and outpatient practices. Over time, she has become experienced in almost every clinical area at Active!  

When not working, you will find Dipthi spending time with her family and friends. 

Dipthi’s favourite quote: 

“The only constant in life, is change.” – Heraclitus 

Professional Memberships

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association, since 2004