At Central Health Physiotherapy we recognise the sensitivity around Women’s Health related issues and the importance of providing a private, discreet and relaxed environment in which women can seek advice and treatment. Confidentiality is assured at all times.
Women’s Health Physiotherapy focuses on all issues related to Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Whether you are a woman experiencing bladder, bowel or pelvic floor concerns, if you are suffering from musculoskeletal back/pelvic pain during your pregnancy or as a new mum then Women’s Health Physiotherapy has been proven to provide significant relief.
Meet the Physios
Katie Jeitz specialises in the treatment of urogynaecological conditions and pelvic floor dysfunction including urinary and anal urgency and incontinence, vaginal prolapse, and genital/sexual discomfort.
Katie has a wealth of experience in Women’s Health Physiotherapy. She has a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Studies (Physiotherapy in Women’s Health) and has specialised in Women’s Health Physiotherapy for 10 years in a London teaching hospital.
Katie is a MummyMOT© practitioner.
Emma treats Obstetric patients (women either ante or post-natal). She has worked extensively at St Thomas’ Hospital in the Women’s Health department, and has a breath of clinical experience in the following:
– Pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy
– Lower and upper back pain and wrist and hand problems during or after pregnancy
– Post pregnancy abdominal separation (Divarication of Rectus Abdominus)
– Advice regarding return to exercise post pregnancy and pelvic floor training
Emma is based at our St John’s Wood.
Katie is a member of the professional network Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy POGP (previously called the ACWPH – Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health). It has worldwide membership and strives to promote high standards of physiotherapy practice within obsterics and gynaecology through relevant research and education.