Pelvic floor physiotherapy for all women in Cambridge and beyond

Women’s Health Services

We offer a range of specialised pelvic health services including physiotherapy, women’s health coaching, and 1:1 Pilates.
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Nearly 1 in 3 women will experience pelvic floor and abdominal symptoms during their lifetime. These problems may begin in pregnancy or after childbirth. Some women have suffered with pelvic floor or abdominal problems since their teenage years, while others will only begin experiencing symptoms during perimenopause or menopause.

Many of us will accept these changes as natural consequences of motherhood or ageing without knowing that safe and effective treatment is available. Working with a specialist women’s health physiotherapist can significantly help your symptoms and improve your quality of life.

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Health Coaching

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Women’s Health Physiotherapy

We offer a unique physiotherapy-led women’s health coaching programme for women with pelvic pain or pelvic floor muscle symptoms.

We will discuss your symptoms in depth, perform a thorough assessment and provide an individualised treatment program to help improve your symptoms. The conditions we commonly treat include:

  • Stress and urge incontinence
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Hypertonic pelvic floor (overactive pelvic floor)
  • Painful bladder syndrome
  • Interstitial cystitis
  • Complex pelvic pain
  • Pudendal nerve problems
  • IBS and constipation
  • Coccyx pain (painful tailbone)
  • Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
  • Vulvodynia, vaginismus, vaginal atrophy
  • Endometriosis
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Menopause management
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Women’s Health Coaching

We offer a unique physiotherapy-led women’s health coaching programme for women with pelvic pain or painful bladder syndrome.
The women’s health coaching programme is designed for women with pelvic pain or persistent pelvic floor muscles symptoms. You may or may not have received treatment in the past, but you continue to have symptoms that significantly impact your health and well-being. This programme includes:

  • 90-minute initial consultation to include in-depth specialist physiotherapy assessment where we establish a timeline of symptoms using the principles of functional medicine
  • 8 45-minute specialist physiotherapy sessions to address ongoing pain and symptoms
  • 4 virtual accountability sessions to discuss progress and goal set
  • Personalised exercise programme with video links
  • Lifestyle recommendations including functional nutrition, stress management, and emotional well-being

We offer a 20-minute virtual consultation to discuss if the women’s health coaching programme is for you.

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Pilates & Pelvic Health

We provide physiotherapy-led Pilates to improve pelvic pain and other pelvic floor symptoms.

We offer physiotherapy-led 1:1 Gratz reformer and mat based Pilates sessions to build strength and restore balance in the pelvis.

Sessions are available individually or in packages of 6 and 12.

“Kathryn is a truly exceptional practitioner and person, who will treat not just the problem but also you as the whole person. She listens to everything you say, and then translates it into a diagnosis and then relays it back to you in an understandable way so that you can continue to work on the issue outside of the studio.

She has a huge breadth of knowledge and skill, which really shows when we work together. She is the first practitioner I have met in the past 10 years who has actually made a difference to my chronic pain. And has empowered me to continue to make a difference in my own time using the techniques I’ve learnt.

She understands that sometimes our lives are busy and gives manageable goals. I really couldn’t recommend Kathryn enough. She is kind, caring and extremely talented.”

Becca Ellard