I am a specialist physiotherapist in pregnancy and pelvic health. I have many years of experience working with pregnant women with lower back pain, pelvic girdle pain and hip pain. Also helping women after birth with recovery of their pelvic floor muscles and abdominal muscles.
I am a specialist in all areas of pelvic health physiotherapy, which includes: bladder and bowel incontinence in women and men; pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain conditions.
It is so important to see a specialist physiotherapist who is highly skilled and knowledgeable about the problem you are experiencing. I would be very happy to provide this service to you. I will provide a thorough assessment and design a treatment programme that is tailored to your individual needs. Should you require input from any other healthcare professionals, I will advise and help to facilitate this.
Working from Park Physiotherapy gives me the opportunity to see patients quickly and the time to help you with your problem.
I have been working as a Specialist Physiotherapist at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since 2009 and continue to do so. I have completed many advanced courses and qualifications: Post Graduate Certificate in Continence Physiotherapy; MSc in Advanced Musculoskeletal Research and Practice, which have enabled me to achieve full membership of the Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP). This means that I provide a very high standard and quality of care.
I graduated from King’s College, London in 2004 and have worked in the NHS at various locations in the South-East of England. I spent two years working at St Thomas’ Hospital London in a specialist pelvic floor unit between 2009-2011 where I treated men and women with bladder and bowel problems. More recently I have been treating an increasing number of men receiving treatment for prostate cancer to help to restore and improve pelvic floor function and bladder control before and after treatment.
I am passionate about all areas of pregnancy and pelvic health and raising public awareness of what physiotherapy can offer. I also have personal experience of the impact of pregnancy and birth on the body and returning to exercise afterwards.
- Pregnancy related low back and pelvic girdle pain
- Preparing for birth
- Recovery after having a baby
- Bladder and bowel incontinence in men and women
- Incontinence following prostate surgery
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Pelvic pain- including bladder pain, vulvodynia, pain during sexual intercourse