Women's Health Physiotherapy
Women's health physical therapists evaluate and treat the musculoskeletal disorders that may occur to women throughout their lives, with specialised understanding of the physiological differences and the impact of hormones on their condition and recovery.
Physiotherapy can help women experiencing muscle and joint issues in pregnancy and postnatally, such as: pelvic girdle pain, low back pain and diastasis recti (tummy gapping). It can help you to get back in peak physical condition following the birth of your baby.
It can also help women to overcome problems affecting continence and pelvic floor function which often occur after childbirth, from surgery or menopause. Such as; overactive bladder, stress incontinence (leaking when you cough, laugh, jump etc) and pelvic organ prolapse
Your exact treatment and rehabilitation plan will depend on your symptoms, number of children and birth history, overall health and stage of pregnancy (for antenatal clients). This will be agreed with you following an in-depth initial consultation and assessment, face to face or through video (using zoom).
To book a treatment press here:
Rosie graduated with an MSc in physiotherapy in 2008 from the University of East Anglia . Since graduating she has worked in the NHS, private practice and charity sectors specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. More recently Rosie has specialised further into women's health treating women at all stages of life. She treats ladies in pregnancy, recovering from birth or experiencing pelvic issues later in life.
She specialises in treating back, pelvic pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, bladder incontinence, bladder frequency, urgency and pain with sex. Rosie is also an experienced pilates, yoga and hypopressives instructor, all of which can help with pelvic floor, core and help with women's health issues.
She also teaches pregnancy and postnatal yoga online and in person. Rosie is passionate about empowering and educating women in how to care and help themselves at all stages of life , the work that Rosie does can involve soft tissue release, pelvic floor examination, acupuncture, manual therapy , kinesio taping and exercise rehab. She also has a popular online hypopressives coaching program , great for "lifting" prolapse and reactivating the pelvic floor and core.
|Mummy MOT||60 minutes||£95|
|Mummy MOT & 3x Follow Ups||
+ 3x 30 minutes
|Women's Health Initial Assessment||60 minutes||£85|
|Women's Health Follow Up||30 minutes||£45|
|Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy assessment||60 minutes||£65|
|Musculoskeletal Follow up||30 minutes||£35|
|Musculoskeletal Assessment & 3x Follow Ups||
+ 3x 30 minutes
|Pregnancy Physio - Massage||30 minutes||£30|
|Pregnancy Physio - Massage||60 minutes||£55|
To book an appointment with Rosie, press here:
For more information visit Rosie's website