Women’s Health Physiotherapy
I am passionate about women’s health physiotherapy. I find it really frustrating that so many women put up with problems that specialist treatment could resolve.
It seems to be such a taboo subject that often women are too embarrassed to talk openly about their problems, and so they remain unreported and untreated.
It gives me immense satisfaction when clients report significant improvements, if not cure. I just wish more people knew about women’s health physiotherapy and how it works.
As an advocate of women’s health physiotherapy I was recently invited to speak on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour about the subject of hypertonic pelvic floor muscles.
You can find out more about hypertonic pelvic floor symptoms and treatments and find out what I said and how a pelvic pain physiotherapist can help them.
Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapy
I am a specialist women’s health physiotherapist treating women in my women’s health clinics who suffer from:
- Pregnancy-related musculoskeletal problems with bladder, bowels, pelvic pain or pelvic floor
- Antenatal or postnatal problems associated with pregnancy / childbirth
- Gynaecological problems such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain symptoms
- I also treat men suffering from incontinence problems
Find out more about the conditions I treat.
Women’s health physiotherapy can improve the quality of women’s lives by empowering them to take control of their problems. In fact research-based evidence and government health guidelines recommend supervised pelvic floor muscle training as a first-line course of action to treat urinary incontinence.
Don’t suffer in silence! If you have a women’s health problem, now’s the time to do something about it. Contact me for a free telephone consultation to discuss how women’s health physiotherapy might help, or arrange to see me at Hallmshire Physiotherapy clinic in Sheffield.