Women's health physiotherapy
Sarah is a specialist women and men’s health and musculoskeletal physiotherapist. She combines this knowledge together with her background in personal training and yoga to help her manage her patient’s rehabilitation and recovery.
Her approach is to treat your current symptoms, but also to understand and treat the underlying causes of your pain and injury, assessing the whole person; including lifestyle, activity, nutrition, work and stress levels.
Sarah has taken additional study in:
- Women’s and men’s health conditions
- Complex pelvic pain conditions including hypermobility
- Menopausal symptoms
- Cancer rehabilitation
She is passionate about helping women and men stay strong, active and healthy at all life stages and currently runs womens’ workshops and coaching programme to help women manage and thrive during and after menopause.
Treatment for pelvic pain, pelvic floor problems including stress or urinary incontinence – leaking when you run or jump. It’s not normal and physiotherapy can help.
Moving through menopause
- Assessment, treatment, help, advice and support for managing all symptoms around menopause and beyond.
- Pelvic floor issues are common around menopause – but there is help – and it shouldn’t be considered normal or something you ‘just have to put up with’.
- Muscular aches and pains, anxiety, weight gain can all be addressed.
I can help you move through menopause to be stronger, wiser and more amazing for the next stage of your life.
- How do you want to feel and live and who do you want to be? It’s really not all negative, but it can be challenging – let me help you.
Women's health physiotherapy
Pre-natal aches and pains: pelvic girdle pain (PGP), pregnancy related back pain
A specialist post-natal assessment for all women following delivery – whether it’s 6 weeks or 6 years after having your baby, to help you get as much care and attention as your little one!
- In depth check of pelvic floor strength and the tummy gap (rectus diastasis) with diagnostic ultrasound
- Assessment of any physical problems arising from pregnancy and birth
- Review of your musculoskeletal system – back, knee, hips and feet
- A bespoke post-natal recovery programme with specific and safe exercises and breath work to improve stability, core strength, balance and relaxation
Men's health physiotherapy
Support and treatment for prostate cancer: physiotherapy can help with some of the common problems post-surgery – incontinence and erectile dysfunction.
Treatment for pelvic pain: – men, you have a pelvic floor too, and it’s not normal to leak, or have pain and weakness in this area even as we age; specialist men’s health physiotherapy can help.
Using ultrasound as a biofeedback technique treatment is non-invasive and you can see results quickly.
After cancer treatment it can be difficult to know what is ok and safe to do. Cancer rehabilitation physiotherapy can help and support with returning to your activities and hobbies.
Your movement may be limited, and your body feeling stiff and tight. You may be feeling tired or low in energy.
Cancer rehabilitation can help you get moving again, in a safe way, working at your pace.
With a personalised 1-2-1 programme that includes manual therapy, advice on diet, nutrition and sleep as well as an exercise plan to help you get back to being you.