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Last updated: 28 Apr 2020
- Male or female health
I have over 20 years of experience as a physiotherapist, having worked within the NHS, the public sector and in private practice.
Ten years ago, after the birth of my son, I developed an interest in women's and pelvic health and began to specialise in the field. Since then I have undertaken a wide range of postgraduate courses to broaden my skills and understanding in women's health.
I enjoy helping women to regain their confidence and quality of life, and to get back to doing the things they enjoy.
The clinics are run from within a private hospital in a welcoming and comfortable environment.
Areas of interest
Pelvic floor re-education;
post-delivery perineal trauma;
post surgical rehab;
Musculoskeletal pain related to pregnancy including pelvic girdle pain, carpel tunnel;
Pelvic organ prolapse rehab;
Stress and urge urinary incontinence;
Bowel incontinence and anorectal dysfunction;
Diastasis of Recti (separation of tummy muscles);
Pelvic pain, vulvodynia, vaginismus;
Overactive pelvic floor muscles;
Rehabilitation following pelvic floor surgery and hysterectomy;
Post Natal Body check - pelvic floor check and re-education, assessment of spine, pelvis and posture, advise on fitness and return to exercise;
Ante and post natal Pilates, general Pilates;
Courses offered to GPs
Talks given on all topics related to Women's Health physiotherapy and the conditions treated.
Various pelvic health related outcome measure tools used
Quality of life and patient satisfaction outcome measure tools used
- BSc Hons Physiotherapy University of Southampton 1998
- Varoius post graduate courses and seminars POGP and other 2010
Affiliations / memberships
Member of the Pelvic Obstetric Gynaecology Physiotherapists