We intend to bring the silent, but epidemic pelvic floor dysfunctions to the forefront and assist Women with the latest treatment options.

Education and Empowerment is key to this mission.

Lalitha Gurram


Lalitha Gurram is the founder & clinical director of World of Women’s Physio. With over 15 years of experience, her expertise is in the management of bladder and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pessary fitting, pelvic pain, antenatal & postnatal care and enabling women to lead better lives.

After graduating from Charles Sturt University, my interest in women’s health began when I was working in the maternity ward at Grafton Base Hospital. I immediately understood how meaningful and essential it was for women to have a health advocate coaching their team, especially during childbirth and postpartum period. It had a profound impact on me, which planted a seed that grew over time.

This led me to pursue Masters in Women’s Health & Continence from Curtin University (Perth). My years of experience in major hospitals like Royal North Shore, Westmead Children’s & Norwest Private has taught me to appreciate the interrelation of the human body’s systems with one another and the importance of focusing on the whole individual in order to help with a patient’s treatment.

Every woman is unique and I’m constantly reminded of that through my clients. I enjoy the challenge that different cases and injuries present, with the necessity to tailor a unique treatment program for each individual.

I love working with individuals of different ages, backgrounds and cultures. I find treating women incredibly rewarding and feel strongly about the role Physiotherapy can play in improving a woman’s quality of life.

Lillian Adjetey


Lillian has over 10 years of experience as a physiotherapist gained working in large private and public hospitals and private practices in Sydney, interstate, and overseas. As a truly versatile physiotherapist, she has excelled in critical care, medicine, and rehabilitation, in addition to gynaecological surgical and maternity units, and has enjoyed leading antenatal and mum and bub exercise classes

Lillian has a passion to help women during periods of disability and illness, sharing in their recovery journey. Lillian genuinely enjoys working with the beautiful diversity of women in all stages of their life, advocating for their unique care needs as women. Lillian has a special interest in pregnancy and the management of stress urinary incontinence in active women.

Incorporating extensive first-hand hospital experience, Lillian has a great appreciation for collaborating with other professionals to achieve positive outcomes for her patients and it would be her pleasure to collaborate with you to achieve your health goals.


Gurlean Hayer


Gurlean has experience working in both private and public maternity wards as well as outpatient women’s health clinics. Gurlean also has experience in treating paediatric conditions, musculoskeletal and sports injuries.

Gurlean is a passionate, driven women’s health physiotherapist determined to enhance women’s quality of life. Gurlean completed her undergraduate training at Australian Catholic University in 2019. Shortly after graduating, Gurlean went on to follow her passion in Women’s Health by undertaking further training with the Women’s Health Training Association and Australian Physiotherapy Association including advanced courses in pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder and incontinence. Gurlean is constantly partaking in professional development to make sure she is up to date with all latest evidence.

Outside of the clinic you will likely find Gurlean in the gym or out for dinner with her family and friends. She also enjoys travelling, playing netball and being outdoors.


Kyleen Sayer


Kyleen has over 12 years extensive experience as a Registered Nurse predominantly working within Maternity Units here in Sydney. Kyleen is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant supporting mothers at varying times of their breastfeeding journeys.

With a keen interest in antenatal breastfeeding education and the transition into the fourth trimester with the establishment, protection and maintenance of breastmilk supply. Kyleen aims to minimise the overwhelm many mothers face; troubleshooting breastfeeding challenges with adequate support and guidance that is effective and sustainable. Kyleen encourages honest and open communication with regards to your wishes and is respectful to the individual needs of each mother and baby dyad in addition to the whole family unit. Kyleen supports all informed decisions relating to breastfeeding, pumping and bottle feeding.

For more information, visit www.lactationconnect.com.au

We look forward to being a part of your journey and helping you achieve your goals.