Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapy
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The Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapy team provide a specialist service, treating both inpatients and outpatients.
Conditions we treat include:
- Continence problems and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction
- Sexual dysfunction
- Musculoskeletal problems associated with pregnancy
- Postnatal pelvic pain
We receive referrals from GP’s, consultants and midwives
|Main Telephone Number: 0208 725 1333|
|Bookings / Appointments: 0208 725 0007|
|Address:Women’s and Men’s Health PhysiotherapyTherapies Department, St James Wing, St George’s HospitalBlackshaw Road, Tooting, London, SW17 0QT|
8am – 5pm Monday – Friday
Please leave an answerphone message if you are unable to speak to a member of staff.
We offer a range of physiotherapy treatments including:
1) Pelvic floor muscle training
2) Manual therapy
3) Bladder training
4) Exercise rehabilitation
5) Post-operative management
6) Continence advice/management
7) Manual and electrical biofeedback
9) Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation
We also offer classes including:
1) Antenatal Physiotherapy Advice Class
2) Antenatal Pregnancy Exercise Class
3) Post Natal Exercise Class
We aim to provide individualised assessment and treatment programmes.
The service is mostly provided by specialist physiotherapists in women’s and men’s health. We are all Chartered physiotherapist and members of the Healthcare Professions Council. Many of the team have post-graduate qualifications in women’s and men’s health including membership to the Association of Chartered Physiotherapist’s in Women’s Health (a speciality group in Women’s Health that requires examination to join).
As part of a major London teaching hospital, we are a centre for training of junior members of staff that have an interest in developing their specialism in women’s and men’s health. All junior members of staff are closely supervised.
We are a friendly and approachable team that are passionate about providing excellent and individualised care to all those under our care.
Selina has worked in the physiotherapy department here at St George’s since she qualified in 2002, and has specialised in women’s health since 2005, seeing both obstetric and gynaecological patients. She is a passionate advocate for women’s health issues and as the team lead is keen to continue expanding the service.. The service has recently expanded to encompass Men’s Health issues including pelvic floor dysfunction as well.