Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Women’s Health Physiotherapy


Initial Mummy MOT – 1 hour – £75
Mummy MOT follow-up
45 min – £50
30 min – £45

The Mummy MOT is a comprehensive postnatal assessment of your posture, breathing, abdominal muscles (to check for a diastasis recti, aka the tummy gap), and importantly; your pelvic floor muscles via an internal examination.
During the session, Sarah will thoroughly explain her findings and develop a treatment plan to address any issues found. She will devise you an individual exercise programme to help you to rebuild your core.

The Mummy MOT is essential for all women from six weeks after delivery. It is suitable whether you had a vaginal or caesarean delivery.

If necessary, Sarah will book you back in for a follow-up session to progress your treatment and ensure you achieve your individual goals. The length of your follow-up session, as well as the frequency of your follow-up sessions, will vary from woman to woman and Sarah will discuss your tailored management plan with you.

Diastasis Recti Assessment and Treatment

Initial – 45 minutes – £65
Follow up – 30 min – £45

This involves a thorough assessment of your stomach muscles postnatally. Sarah will assess the width and integrity of your diastasis, and will also assess the strength and stability of your core muscles. She will then discuss your goals with you, and create a tailored treatment plan that meets your needs.

Diastasis Recti Assessment and Treatment

Initial – 45 minutes – £65
Follow up – 30 min – £45

This involves a thorough assessment of your stomach muscles postnatally. Sarah will assess the width and integrity of your diastasis, and will also assess the strength and stability of your core muscles. She will then discuss your goals with you, and create a tailored treatment plan that meets your needs.

Pelvic Floor Assessment and Treatment (vaginal and rectal internal examinations available)
Initial 1 hour – £70
Pelvic Floor follow-up
45 min – £50
30 min – £45

Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with issues including:
-pelvic organ prolapse (may cause a heavy, dragging feeling in the vagina or back passage)
– incontinence (leaking urine or reduced control of your bowels)
– pelvic pain (pain around the vagina and genitals)
– painful sex
-increased urine frequency (going to the toilet too often)
– overactive bladder (going to the toilet often and unable to control the urge)
– post surgical pelvic floor rehab (after hysterectomy, bladder or bowel repair)
– pregnancy related incontinence

Your comfort and dignity are essential to us. Sarah will ensure you feel completely at ease during an internal assessment.

The length of the follow-up session needed will vary from woman to woman and Sarah will discuss your individual management plan with you.

Pelvic Floor Assessment and Treatment (vaginal and rectal internal examinations available)
Initial 1 hour – £70
Pelvic Floor follow-up
45 min – £50
30 min – £45

Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with issues including:
-pelvic organ prolapse (may cause a heavy, dragging feeling in the vagina or back passage)
– incontinence (leaking urine or reduced control of your bowels)
– pelvic pain (pain around the vagina and genitals)
– painful sex
-increased urine frequency (going to the toilet too often)
– overactive bladder (going to the toilet often and unable to control the urge)
– post surgical pelvic floor rehab (after hysterectomy, bladder or bowel repair)
– pregnancy related incontinence

Your comfort and dignity are essential to us. Sarah will ensure you feel completely at ease during an internal assessment.

The length of the follow-up session needed will vary from woman to woman and Sarah will discuss your individual management plan with you.

Pregnancy related joint and muscle pain
Initial – 45 min – £50
Follow-up – 30 min – £45

Musculoskeletal pains are common in pregnancy, and can be managed with physiotherapy. Sarah will assess, diagnose and explain your condition, and carry out any treatment necessary.

Antenatal musculoskeletal conditions include:
-pelvic girdle pain (previously known as SPD)
-hip/groin pain
-low back pain
-coccyx pain
-reduced core and stability
-sacro-iliac joint problems

Pregnancy related joint and muscle pain
Initial – 45 min – £50
Follow-up – 30 min – £45

Musculoskeletal pains are common in pregnancy, and can be managed with physiotherapy. Sarah will assess, diagnose and explain your condition, and carry out any treatment necessary.

Antenatal musculoskeletal conditions include:
-pelvic girdle pain (previously known as SPD)
-hip/groin pain
-low back pain
-coccyx pain
-reduced core and stability
-sacro-iliac joint problems