Specialist Physiotherapy in Mid-Essex
Clinic in Little Baddow
Home Visits available in our travel area
Women's Health Physiotherapy
COVID 19 UPDATE: We are open for face to face consultations (you will be triaged to ensure it is clinically appropriate). We are still offering virtual consultations for those who would prefer. Please click here to read our COVID 19 policy.
Our mission is to make sure people are able to access physiotherapy treatment to treat and assess their problems. Too often things are passed off as "normal" when they can be treated effectively with physiotherapy. We offer a tailored service to your needs. We are based at The Retreat Farm in Little Baddow. We also offer a home visit service, we currently travel to Chelmsford, Hatfield Peverel, Witham, Maldon, Danbury and surrounding villages.
We believe every women should have a post-natal assessment with a specialist physiotherapist after the delivery of their child. This is so important to prevent future problems and injuries, but also to assess new symptoms that you might have thought of as ‘normal’ after having a baby such as urinary incontinence. We can provide you with an individualised post-natal rehabilitation programme to enable you to return to your normal activities and sports.
Women's Health Physiotherapy is a specialist area of therapy for conditions that arise around the pelvis and pelvic floor.
Women are more likely to experience problems in these areas of the body. In particular there is a strong association with pregnancy, childbirth and the menopause exacerbating these problems.
Women's Health Physiotherapy involves the treatment of musculoskeletal problems such as pelvic girdle pain, lower back pain and hip pain to name a few common complaints.
Women's Health Physiotherapists specialise in pelvic floor conditions including incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and sexual dysfunction. We can also help with recovery from gynaecological surgery.
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy assesses and treat problems with the human skeleton. This will include injuries to joints, spine, muscles, nerves, ligaments and tendons throughout the body.
Physiotherapy is an excellent way to treat musculoskeletal injuries through manual therapy, acupuncture, exercise therapy and advice on coping strategies for your problem.