What is Women's Health Physiotherapy?
There are certain specifically female health problems that affect women at different times in their lives that specialist physiotherapy can help with.
Can't do a star jump
or sneeze without
having an accident?
We can help.
Women’s health physiotherapy focuses on all issues related to Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Whether you are pregnant, a new mum, recovering from gynaecological surgery, have pelvic pain or are experiencing incontinence, prolapse or other pelvic floor concerns, women’s health physiotherapy can help to improve your health, fitness and well-being.
As many as one in three women will experience some kind of women’s health problem during their lifetime, but often they are too embarrassed to seek help.
Our women’s health physiotherapist Margie Critchley specialises in the treatment of urogynaecological conditions and pelvic floor dysfunctions including prolapses and urinary incontinence.
Don't suffer in silemce, let us help you take control.
Confidential and discreet service
We recognise the sensitivity around women’s health related issues and the importance of providing a private and discreet environment in which you can seek advice and treatment, feeling confident enough to talk openly about your problems knowing everything you say will remain strictly confidential.
Women's Health Physiotherapy can help with:
- enabling you to be more active and exercise with confidence
- remaining dry on coughing or sneezing
- holding on instead of having to rush to the toilet
- cutting down the frequency of visits to the toilet
- managing prolapse symptoms and reducing any feelings of discomfort
- taking control of bowel problems
- resolving certain kinds of sexual dysfunction
- reducing your pain
- improving the quality of your life
What can I expect if I book an appointment?
You will have a full assessment with the opportunity to ask lots of questions followed by expert guidance, information, advice and a management programme specifically designed for your needs. There are many treatments that can help alleviate women's health problems including exercises, trigger point release, bladder drills and coping techniques and neuro stimulation.
Do I need a GP referral?
There is no need to get a referral from your doctor; you can contact us directly on 0116 265 3685 to make an appointment or complete our appointment request form and we will call you back .