Tracey Matthews

Speacialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist including Pessary Services

Tracey is a specialist Women's Health Physiotherapist. She is passionate about Women’s Health and helping women to navigate the often-challenging transition back to an active lifestyle and the sports they love following childbirth. She is particularly skilled in connecting a sporting injury with an historic childbirth or pregnancy injury. Tracey carries out functional pelvic floor assessments and treats a range of women’s health conditions including: ante-natal and post-natal, for pelvic floor function and dysfunction, treatment of abdominal wall separation (diastasis), following childbirth, labour preparation, pelvic floor rehabilitation, urinary and faecal incontinence, pelvic pain including vaginismus/bladder pain syndrome, recovery following gynaecological surgery, pelvic organ prolapse including trial fittings of pessaries, sacroiliac joint pain and lower back pain.

Tracey qualified as a Physiotherapist from Brunel University in 2008, following a career as a professional rower, representing Great Britain in U23s and winning a Gold medal for England at the Commonwealth Games. She also achieved a Silver medal in the England’s Strongest Woman competition. Tracey’s passion for sporting excellence has also been a focus for her career, which has seen her working with elite athletes including professional rugby players, rowers, cyclists, sprinters, footballers, CrossFit athletes and Olympic weight lifters.

Tracey’s passion is in developing programmes to help people return to fitness and the sports they love, whether that’s running, rowing, rugby, CrossFit or just every day activities.

Further study

  • Advanced pelvic floor, prolapse and stress urinary incontinence
  • Julie Wiebe Female running course
  • Tom Goon running repairs course
  • Anthony Lo Bulletproof core
  • Matwork Pilates APPI
  • Body Master Pelvis, Sacroiliac joint and lumbar spine masterclass
  • Happy Bladder Course
  • Hypopressive Training for pelvic organ prolapse.
  • Munira Hudani – In Core Method for Diastasis and Postpartum Core


  • CSP – Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
  • HCPC – The Health and Care Professionals Council (Reg no HPC PH89456)
  • POGP – Pelvic, Obstetric Gynaecological Physiotherapy

Appointments with Tracey can be made:

  • Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 8.00am - 2.00pm
  • Occasional Saturdays: 8.00am to 1.00pm

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Richmond, Mortlake, Barnes, Putney.