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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mrs Carrie-Anne Holroyd at Spire include:
I graduated in 2008 with a first-class honours degree in Physiotherapy. From here, I worked at Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust for 5 years where I completed my junior rotations in a variety of areas – including Women’s Health.
In 2013 I started a post at Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation Trust. I initially specialised in spinal physiotherapy, and since 2016 have worked as a specialist in Women’s Health Physiotherapy. I joined Spire Healthcare in 2019.
I have completed many post-graduate courses, including ones accredited by POGP. I have worked at masters level, and have recently completed both the Theory of Continence and the Practice of Continence at distinction level at the University of Bradford.
I am committed to my ongoing development within the area of Women’s health and I work closely alongside the consultants in Urogynaecology and Gynaecology.
Women’s Health including pelvic organ prolapse, urinary/faecal incontinence, bladder frequency, postnatal physiotherapy, sexual dysfunction and pelvic floor dysfunction.
BSc (Hons) / Leeds Metropolitan University / 2008
PG Cert / University of Bradford / 2019
Certificate Continence for Physiotherapists
Health & Care Professions Council
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynecological Physiotherapy (POGP)
Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists
APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI)
Clinical Lead Women’s Health Physiotherapist at Spire Elland Hospital
I have two young children which keeps me very busy outside of work. In my spare time, I enjoy going to the gym and fell walking.Back to top
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