Anna Clements is The MASIC Foundation’s Administration-Coordinator and a mum of three.
She is dedicated to supporting women and their families with birth injuries. Anna received 4th-degree tears after the birth of her third child in 2008. The injury was picked up immediately after the birth of her daughter and she was taken to theatre for the repair. A Sacral Nerve Stimulator (SNS) was implanted after many invasive tests found that the muscles were not responding to any other treatments.
Recently she has started to co-apply for research grants to increase knowledge within the primary care settings about the devastating impact that these injuries have on a woman’s life, both physically and psychologically. She is passionate about finding ways for women to cope with the taboo disability and helping to bring awareness to a mainstream audience.