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Women's Health Physio

Covering all areas relating to Obstetrics and Gynaecology: from pregnancy to menopause.

Shockingly 1 in 3 women experience women’s health problems during their lifetime, from pelvic pain to pregnancy and the menopause.

Many tolerate these problems, often for years, either too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available.

Whether you are suffering from pregnancy-related musculoskeletal problems like back pain, pelvic pain, sciatica or carpal tunnel syndrome. Or struggling with bladder, bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction, causing incontinence, pain, pelvic organ prolapse or sexual dysfunction, our niche group of physios can help you.

As Pelvic health specialists they are also able to treat and relieve various problems associated with breastfeeding (including blocked ducts, mastitis, engorgement) as well as many of the side effects of menopause, including treatment for physical aches and pains, pelvic floor rehabilitation and self-care strategies to improve mood, sleep and well-being.

Post pregnancy many women have questions unanswered by their GP, so at Six Physio we offer Postnatal body checks, to answer the unanswered. Then to get you back to full fitness we have various Postnatal packages, avail across all our clinics.

With the growing awareness of Women’s Health physiotherapy across the UK, we now have 13 super-experienced physios treating out of all our clinics: 8 across London and Lindfield, Haywards Heath, plus we offer Virtual appointments for those who would rather not come into clinic. Our Physios are absolutely passionate about helping women resolve these problems and significantly improve their quality of life.

Aty Robert, Gee Karia, Hayley Lord, Hazel Anderson, Karina Murphy and Lucy Burrows, are all based in West London.
Jenny Constable & Larissa Christian treat from our Fitzrovia Clinic with Gee Karia & Marsha Evans at Finchley Road.
Leanne O’Brien, Caoimhe McNamara and Amy Yates are based in the City.
At our Lindfield Clinic we have Abbie Parry looking after the Women’s Health service.

Our service is highly confidential and respects the sensitive nature of these problems. For more information please click the links on this page or scroll down for more detail.

If you would like to speak to any of our physios in confidence regarding a problem you have, or for general advice please call us on 020 7036 0286 or e-mail.

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Specialist physiotherapy treatment and training can help cure your Women's Health issues.

Obstetrics/ antenatal (Pregnancy care):

  • Advice and treatment for any pain in pregnancy including back, neck, rib and pelvic girdle pain (sacroiliac or symphysis pubis /SPD).  Also for nerve problems such as Sciatica and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (pain, pins and needles or numbness in the hands).
  • Your obstetric physiotherapist can help your physical preparation for labour (positions for labour, breathing techniques, massage, relaxation, TENS).
  • Pelvic Floor exercises and training, to prevent and treat incontinence.
  • Pregnancy Pilates, and  Pregnancy Massage.

Postnatal treatment includes:

  • Treatment for any muscle/joint/nerve pain post pregnancy, including back, neck and pelvic pain, carpal tunnel syndrome and coccyx pain.
  • Breastfeeding Support: advice and treatment for blocked breast-ducts/mastitis (with ultrasound), breast engorgement and related back and neck pain.
  • Post-natal abdominal retraining with real-time ultrasound for weak distended abdominal muscles, for rectus divarification (separation of abdominal muscles) and following a C-Section delivery.
  • Pelvic floor re-education, or physiotherapy for pelvic floors – for incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain or following perineal trauma during delivery.
  • Individualised and safe ‘return to exercise’ programmes and Postnatal Pilates.
  • Book now for a Postnatal body check

Gynaecology physio:

The treatment of incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain (vulvodynia & vaginismus) including:

  • Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy (using Kegal exercises, real-time ultrasound, EMG biofeedback, muscle simulation and cones).
  • Manual therapy for overactive or painful pelvic floor muscles.
  • Bladder Training and Acupuncture for overactive bladder syndrome.
  • Safe rehabilitation following pelvic floor surgery or hysterectomy.

Services we offer at our clinics across London

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