Pelvic organ prolapse & pessary fitting

25th April 2022

What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Recommended Women's Health Products

21st April 2020

Recommended by Women's Health Physio, Christien Bird

Life continues even in these trying times, which means births and babies and beautiful new mothers needing our care and support. If you are struggling at home, do not hesitate to book an online Pregnancy,  Post-natal MOT or Menopause MOT.

To help you to cope at home, here are some of our top tips:

Our local online partners

23rd June 2020
Online programmes and consultations are a highly effective way of receiving expert advice from specialist trainers, from the comfort of your own home. Over the years we have worked with numerous skilled individuals who now, like us, are taking their advice online. We thought we'd round up the very best of our partnerships for you.
Women's Health Physiotherapist

Why I became a Women's Health Physiotherapist

17th July 2019
Our Physiotherapist Tracey Matthews tells her own experience with childbirth and why she became a Women's Health Physiotherapist.

Meet your menopause experts

10th April 2020

Women are now living 40% of their lives beyond the menopause, lucky for you, it is the best time to be menopausal. In the last 5 years there has been a great momentum with frank & honest resources now widely available and more and more healthcare professionals and fitness professionals taking a real interest and understanding the menopause better.

what happens when you have a smear test

What happens when you have a smear test - White Hart Clinic

25th March 2019
Find out what happens when you have a smear test and some practical tips to make your cervical smear test more comfortable.

Pelvic Floor - A Complete Guide

21st January 2019

Video: Sophie Vohralik (Physio / Women's Health specialist)

The words 'Pelvic Floor' are thrown around so much in our daily lives now, especially if you're a woman who is pregnant or just given birth, and yet there are still so many women out there who have very little understanding of this muscle group. We have taken some time out to sit down with one of our physios specialising in Women's Health Sophie Vohralik, to discuss this area in more depth. 

Women's Health - Your Questions Answered

24th January 2022

What is a WH specialist and how are they different from a ‘normal’ physiotherapist?

Guest Blog: Baz Moffatt - Pre Natal Women's Health Checks

23rd July 2018

I’m Baz, a Mum of two boys, aged 2.5 and 4.  Four years ago I knew nothing about Women’s Health Physios (WHP) and now I honestly feel they could be my specialist topic on Mastermind!  I’m also a PT in Wandsworth and work with around 50 clients each week, who all want to get a stronger pelvic floor and core.  So personally and professionally I get it.  I understand what it feels like to be worried about or disconnected from your body.

7 Reasons why you should see a Women's Health Specialist

18th June 2018

As therapists we often keep those all-important health messages behind closed doors, but we’d like to change that. This month we’re launching a women’s health campaign, and we’ll be discussing topics ranging from the menopause, to pre-post-natal recovery, prolapse, bowel and bladder symptoms and smear tests – all out in the open, as a way to encourage you to be the one to talk to your friends and family. Many of these issues are more common than you think, and can nearly always be helped.


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