Annelie Gutke is a physiotherapist and certified specialist in Pelvic & Women's Health by the Swedish Physiotherapy association. Annelie is working part-time as a clinical specialist at a primary health care center where she mainly sees women with pregnancy-related pelvic girdle and low back pain, incontinence and pelvic floor (pain) disorders. She completed her PhD in 2007, at the University of Linkoping, Sweden with the thesis 'Pelvic girdle pain and lumbar pain in relation to pregnancy'. Since 2008, Annelie is a senior lecturer in the physiotherapy program at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Her teaching focus is Pelvic & Women's Health, Primary Health Care and Scientific Methodology. She is supervising physiotherapists for Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees. Her research focus is physiotherapy in Pelvic & Women's health, with various projects running e.g. pelvic girdle pain, the postpartum period including physical activity, rectus diastasis, incontinence problems and obstetric anal sphincter rupture. She has written profession specific national guidelines for treatment of pelvic girdle and low back pain and has presented as keynote speaker on international congresses.