Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

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DisneyPrincess
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Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby DisneyPrincess » Mon Jan 06, 2020 11:30 am

Hi, I'm looking for recommendations for a women's physio who can help with prolapse - assessment, pelvic floor strengthening and also providing advice on posture, lifting, getting up etc to prevent deterioration, as well as any advice about running and/or safe fitness exercises and core strengthening. Thank you so much in advance!
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby Starr » Mon Jan 06, 2020 1:25 pm

I can think of 2 ladies who might be worth contacting

1. Jane Wake
2. Madia Rashid ( physio4me)
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby HR2611 » Fri Jan 10, 2020 11:29 am

Sue Lewis is very good http://suelewisantenatal.co.uk/. I saw her after my first son to help with pelvic floor issues and also did her exercise classes which were very good. After my second son, I’ve been doing MUTU classes (which there’s a post about at the moment) with Jiva Health as closer to home and can take baby https://www.jivahealth.co.uk/classes/mu ... -mutu-pro/ and it’s really helping to strengthen my core and pelvic floor. They also do evening classes.
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby mummyof1 » Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:27 pm

For physio i would recommend six physio and one of their womens health specialists.

For exercise/ rehab and and ongoing maintenance

Eliza - both her Holistic Core restore Course which is amazing and Personal Training as so understands the exercises that help and more importantly won't !

https://elizadoalot.com/
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby JaneWake@BabyAWake » Sat Jan 11, 2020 11:42 am

hi! Jane wake here ! I would love to help you! I offer a free trial class - please do go to my website www.janewake.com and send me a message via there so we can talk on the phone or you can book in for a free trial by going to the timetable page. Please do get in touch! Jane xx.
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby NatalieMac » Mon Jan 13, 2020 6:54 am

For physio I would recommend Clare Bourne.
I would recommend Baz Moffat for exercise classes - she is amazing and does a thorough assessment beforehand. Baz also has links with lots of women’s health physios and will make recommendations.
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Postby Sky1111 » Mon Jan 13, 2020 9:26 am

Clare is amazing; saw her after big gap (diastasis recto) and she was fantastic. I lift a lot of weights and she was very supportive and a big part of my recovery (as opposed to most doctors who would tell you to lift nothing).

2nd vote for Baz’s classes. Baz will also speak to Clare if you work with her, to adjust exercises to your case.
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby raj49 » Mon Jan 13, 2020 9:47 am

Balance Me at Clapham North have physio's and classes specifically for Women's health.
I can also highly recommend trainhappy - they do classes specifically tailored for new mums and Tess who runs it is fantastic
 
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby Mochi » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:17 am

Sophie at White Hart Clinic in Barnes is fab. I ended up with prolapse and more when my son was born and she has been wonderful
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Postby shantimom » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:29 am

Hi,

I had the same thing, dogs ears apparently. There is a lovely lady called Fara Soday at the New Clinic on Abbeville road. The clinic is LOVELY and she is amazing.
www.nordicbalance.co.uk hope she can help. 
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Postby wandsworth_new_mum » Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:10 am

APPI in Wimbledon have Women's Health specialists and helped me a lot with prolapse. Once you have progressed enough their postnatal pilates classes are very useful for continuing to build strength (you can take babies along too). 
Once you are ready to start running again I would also recommend the NHS Couch to 5km programme as it really helps to build slowly and prevent further damage.
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby Balhamicvinegar » Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:50 am

I workd with Myra Robson on Squeezy, an NHS endorsed app for this. She's a specialist physio in this area:
Email: [email=myra.robson@hotmail.co.uk?subject=#pelvicroar]myra.robson@hotmail.co.uk[/email]Instagram: squeezyappTwitter: @squeezyappFacebook: Squeezy
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby BPPReception » Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:06 pm

Jo Fordyce is a specialist Womens health physio based at Clapham North. Treatment of  pelvic floor muscle problems (including post natal third and fourth degree perineal tears) remains one of Jo's key interests, as well as bladder leakage (both stress and urge incontinence) prolapse, pelvic floor muscle laxity/weakness, pain with sexual activity, bowel problems and pelvic pain.  Jo ensures a holistic, empathetic approach for each patient, giving individual, tailored treatment for their needs. Jo also works closely with Eliza and Baz who are mentioned in a previous post. 
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby suelewisantenatal » Wed Jan 15, 2020 5:49 pm

Sorry my post earlier this week didn’t get through If you have not found a WH physio to treat you 
i am very happy as a Women’s Health Physio to see you ( I specialise in Post natal mothers with incontinence / prolapse or any ante/post natal issues for 1 to 1 appointments or a Mummy MOT ) I also run PN classes with a crèche for your baby on Tuesdays in SW 20 please do email me if I can help you - don’t worry you will get better .
suelewisantenatal@hotmail.com 
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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Postby mouseg32 » Thu Jan 23, 2020 11:32 am

Hi I hope you found someone.  Just to recommend Emma Brockwell at Body Logic Health in Battersea.  She is a Specialist Women's health Physio with a passion for getting women back to running after children or other women's health issues. She's been great.
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