Katie Jeitz, specialist women's health physiotherapistSpecialist Women's Health Physiotherapist, Central Health Physiotherapy

A specialist in Women’s Health Physiotherapy and based at St John’s Wood and Chelsea

I help patients with pelvic floor muscle dysfunction at any time in life, by taking them through a diagnostic and treatment process, so they can return confidently to the activities that are important to them.

Specialisation

Women’s Health Physiotherapy specialising in the treatment of urogynaecological conditions and pelvic floor dysfunction including urinary and anal urgency and incontinence, vaginal prolapse, and genital/sexual discomfort.

Other Experience

NHS for 12 years, specialising in Women’s Health Physiotherapy for 10 years in a London teaching hospital.
Mentor to postgraduate students on Women’s Health Physiotherapy modules at the University of Bradford.

Education

MSc Rehabilitation Studies (Physiotherapy in Women’s Health), University of Bradford, UK, 2009.
(Master’s Research: Provision of Postpartum Health Information to Women who Experience Obstetric Third and Fourth Degree Tears.)
BSc Physiotherapy, Curtin University of Technology, Australia, 1997.

Sports

Enjoys yoga, walking, jogging, hiking, skiing and the outdoors.

 

Physiotherapists

All of the physiotherapists at Central Health Physiotherapy are members of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and registered with The Health Professions Council. With approximately 60 staff, Central Health Physiotherapy has a substantial base of experience and encourages the exchange of knowledge and ideas. Physiotherapists are available to ensure service cover 52 weeks of the year. The Occupational Therapists are all state registered and members of The Health Professions Council.
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