Mrs Helen Molloy

Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist


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Since qualifying as a physiotherapist in 2008, I have worked in a wide range of physiotherapy roles including community, neurological and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. I specialised in the area of women's health in 2012 after having my first child and I have never looked back. I have worked as a Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist in the NHS and privately and I offer individualised assessment and treatment programmes to women experiencing women’s health related problems, both gynaecological and obstetric (pregnancy and post-natal).

The gynaecological problems I treat include bladder and bowel continence issues, bladder pain (interstitial cystitis), pelvic pain including vulvodynia and vaginismus and pelvic organ prolapse. The obstetric problems include any musculoskeletal discomfort in pregnancy, such as lower back and sciatic pain, pelvic girdle pain (PGP) and symphysis pubis disorder (SPD), as well as abdominal muscle separation.

I also offer post-natal Mummy MOT checks for new mums, which include full assessment of posture, pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, advice and education on returning to exercise and a tailored exercise programme. I am passionate about allowing women to enjoy their pregnancies and in assisting them to fully recover and return to their full fitness levels after childbirth.


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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mrs Helen Molloy at Spire include:


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