My passion lies with all things Women's and Pelvic Health. I've had a fascination with this area since completing a placement during my training over a decade ago! Fast forward a few years, two wee ones later and my own personal ante and post natal journey under my belt and here I am.
I believe strongly that women deserve more support in managing and understanding pelvic floor symptoms and aim to address this through physiotherapy assessment and treatment. Pelvic floor symptoms remain a ‘taboo’ subject and have a huge impact on everyday quality of life. I strive to help women gain control, overcome their symptoms and most importantly get their confidence back to do what they want to do!
I qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2013 from the Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. I have extensive experience within the NHS covering a multitude of areas including obstetrics and gynae, musculoskeletal outpatients and community rehabilitation. I also have experience in treating sports injuries and working with sports teams. Since qualifying I have had a passion for Pelvic Health and have completed further training in assessment and treatment methods, including the Mummy MOT. I am a member of the CSP, Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, HCPC and also an associate member of the POGP.
Tuesday 5th March
5.45pm - 6.45pm
4 week course
Increase abdominal & core strength
Focused exercise to support the spine and prevent further injury.
Strengthen and mobilise the spine.
Increase awareness of proper spinal alignment.