Expert healthcare professionals in their respective fields with a passion for gaining and sharing knowledge
BSc Hons (Physio) UCT
MSc (Physio) WITS
Sue Fuller-Good is a Physiotherapist with a special interest in the pelvis and in pain. She has over 30 years of clinical experience in her thumbs and eyes! Having investigated the pelvis in her Master’s thesis, she has focused especially on pelvic pain, and dysfunction ever since (WITS 2002). She has also lectured on the pelvis and chronic pelvic pain to postgraduate physiotherapists around SA. To support her treatment, Sue went on to study coaching, mindfulness practice, hypnotherapy, and rehabilitative exercise techniques, and now works with people by weaving physiotherapy, chronic pain treatment, mindfulness practice, yoga and coaching techniques into all her sessions. She is registered as a coach with Comensa and as a hypnotherapist with IHA. Sue did her OMT 1 in 1994 and lectured on the OMT and SPT post graduate diploma’s until 2018. She is part of SASHA and works extensively with sexual dysfunction. Sue’s work blends woman’s health with pain management, manual therapy and sport’s medicine.
Sue is also a lecturer, inspirational speaker, and a facilitator of wellness programs for corporates locally and internationally. She is a passionate student of neuroscience and human behaviour, psychology and philosophy, and is fascinated by how these all link together in the body.
Sue has worked with hundreds of sports people in her career and this, together with her own lifetime love of participating in as many sports as possible, has given her much insight into the inner and outer world of especially female athletes. Her passion for adventure, mountaineering and endurance activities has given her a unique understanding of the psyche and of many resilience and presence practices that can sustain athletes in their gruelling training and performance. She has competed in numerous ultra-distance events locally and internationally as well as run 5 Comrades Marathons and hundreds of other marathons and ultramarathons. She has climbed mountains all over the world. Sue is the mother of two wonderful children who are 18 and 20 and they are her other big passion!