A recent article in the Daily Mail highlighted the issue of abdominal muscle separation that can occur during pregnancy and needs to recover postnatally. If it does not naturally come together and is left untreated it can lead to problems such as back pain and difficulty returning to normal activities and exercise, increasing the risk […]
Restoring confidence in your body,
leaving you to go about your daily active life
Physiotherapy for Women is a private physiotherapy practice is based in Cheltenham. As a specialist women’s health service, Physiotherapy for Women provides treatment, advice and support for gynaecological and obstetric problems.
Treatment is carried out by experienced chartered, state registered women’s health physiotherapists. We offer a confidential specialist service to women of all ages providing the compassion and understanding required to deal with sensitive issues. We maintain close working relationships with referring GP’s and consultants throughout the course of treatment.
The Mummy MOT is a specialist post-natal assessment recommended for all women following delivery – whether 6 weeks or many years after.
Already part of every new mother’s standard post-natal rehabilitation in France, trained specialists assesses the strength and function of the tummy and pelvic floor muscles to help prevent long-term childbirth related complaints using a restorative exercise programme.
I really can’t believe that I have no pain at all now. It was so reassuring to know that I’m not the only one and that I would get better.
What to expect
On the first visit, a full medical history and thorough assessment will be carried out and an individual treatment programme subsequently devised. Patients are welcome to be accompanied by a chaperone during treatment. We are registered with most health insurance companies including:
Please note, not all insurance companies pay the full cost of women’s health physiotherapy sessions and you may be required to pay the difference. Patients are kindly requested to check the conditions of their health insurance policy as the physiotherapist cannot be held responsible for any non-payment of claims. Self payments can be made.