Treatment restrictions due to coronavirus (COVID-19)

As part of our longstanding relationship, we are proud to be dedicating our resources to the NHS at this important time. As a result many of our treatments are currently suspended and we are reviewing all planned procedures and consultations. We are making every effort to talk to impacted patients and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Women's Health Physiotherapy

There are some problems that are specific to women, and require specialised physiotherapy assessment and treatment. Women's health physiotherapy can help individuals with the following conditions.



  • back, neck, rib, sacroiliac or pubic synthesis (pelvis) joint pain.
  • pregnancy associated complaints such as carpal tunnel syndrome, moretons neuroma or sciatica. 
  • bladder or bowel incontinence. Although there are some limitations to treatment options available during pregnancy. 
  • preparation for birth, birthing positions, breathing techniques, massage, relaxation and TENS. 


  • back, neck, sacroiliac (pelvis) joint, upper limb or lower limb complaints.
  • rectus divarification (separation of abdominal muscles during and after pregnancy). 
  • pelvic floor prolapse.
  • incontinence of bladder and bowel including overactive bladder, stress and urge incontinence.
  • pain or scar tissue complications resulting from perineal trauma of childbirth.
  • difficulties with returning to exercise after giving birth.
  • sexual dysfunction resulting from pelvic pain.


  • incontinence of bladder and bowel including overactive bladder, stress and urge incontinence. 
  • pelvic floor prolapse.
  • pelvic pain.
  • rehabilitation following gynaecological surgery or hysterectomy.

Women's Health Physiotherapy Treatments offered at Spire London East Hospital

At Spire London East Hospital we recognise the importance of providing a private, discreet and relaxed environment in which women can seek advice and treatment. The first session will be a one hour consultation in a private room with an en-suite bathroom. Once a diagnosis has been made the treatment options will be discussed.

Treatments that are offered at Spire London East Hospital include:

  • pelvic floor training using Kegal exercises, biofeedback, muscle stimulation and vaginal weights. 
  • manual therapy for painful or overactive pelvic floor muscles.
  • bladder training and acupuncture for overactive bladder.
  • rehabilitation following gynaecological surgery.
  • tailored Pilates programme and movement retraining.
  • treatment of musculoskeletal complaints including soft tissue release, joint mobilisation, acupuncture, taping, splints and belts, biomechanics assessment and specific rehabilitation and advice. 
  • pregnancy massage.

Call the bookings team on 020 8709 7779 or email