Long term pelvic floor care

Long term pelvic floor care

We go to the dentist every year for a check-up to see that our teeth are kept in good shape, and don’t fall out. Have you ever thought about checking in with your pelvic health physiotherapist once a year to see that your pelvic floor is in good shape too? We...
What to expect at your first appointment

What to expect at your first appointment

Most people are not quite sure what to expect from their first pelvic health physio appointment, and it’s normal to feel a bit nervous before you come in. You may have been referred by your doctor, a friend may have told you about us, or you may have found us on...
Active and POP!

Active and POP!

Active women dealing with pelvic organ prolapse (POP) This blog is from a guest writer – Anja Morris. Thank you Anja for sharing your story……   You might tell a friend over a cup of coffee that you’ve got a sore back, but “Guess what happened,...
Our Covid-19 treatment policy

Our Covid-19 treatment policy

The health of our team and of all our clients is of the utmost importance to us. We have a number of higher risk people who come to our clinic on a daily basis for treatment. This includes pregnant women, young babies, toddlers and children, and people who are...
We have moved premises!

We have moved premises!

We have moved! On 2nd August we opened up in our new premises. We will now have more room and the ability to see patients sooner, with more options for appointment times. During lockdown we are doing all our appointments online. For more information on how online...