Private Support – Pelvic Physiotherapists


We treat women through all of life’s changes, from teenage years to post-menopausal. All treatment sessions are conducted in private treatment rooms with targeted hands-on therapy.

Our professional network of specialised women’s health physiotherapists evaluate and treat the underlying cause of pelvic floor problems and encourage active participation from our patients during the healing process in order to improve your quality of life. We specialise in the treatment and rehabilitation of a range of conditions including:

Our treatment approaches can include:

  • Trigger point release
  • Myo-fascial manipulation
  • Integrated pelvic pain management
  • Dry needling
  • Scar massage, mobilisation & de-sensitisation
  • Re-education of correct pelvic floor function (release and strengthening using pelvic floor exercises)
  • Restoring the appearance and function of the abdominal wall
  • Establishing a coordinated core
  • Diagnostic Ultrasound imaging of the pelvic floor muscles & perineal evaluation, for functional diagnosis and bio-feedback
  • Pessary fitting

All of our therapists are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council.

We are also offering an online Women’s Health service for those who prefer a virtual first approach. For more information, follow the details on our video consultation page.

To book appointments, or for more details, please contact us on or call:

020 8876 9897

You can find us at:

10 White Hart Lane
SW13 0PY



From my practice in Godstone, Surrey, I treat women of all ages, specialising in problems related to the pelvic floor and pelvis; including urinary and faecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, constipation, painful intercourse as well as aches and pains during and after pregnancy.

These common issues can affect any woman of any age but they are stigmatised and taboo and therefore not always addressed and well managed. Often they can be treated effectively with physiotherapy.

The Spot Wellness Centre
The Studio (Rear of Godstone Village Stores)
98-104 High Street

+44 (0)7866 453207


My face-to-face clinic is open Thursdays 8am-6pm and I offer virtual consultations using Zoom on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Covid Update
I am running virtual consultations using Zoom so that you can still receive care and rehabilitation from the comfort of your own home. Please email me directly to arrange a time and day that suits you.



As an experienced women’s health physiotherapist, I can help you understand and improve your pelvic health symptoms.  I believe that this is a much needed, somewhat neglected area of women’s wellbeing, and all too often women suffer in silence. However, there really is no need to ignore the symptoms you may have any longer.  I promise to listen to your whole story as well as directing questions to help me truly understand what you are going through. Together we will look at all aspects of your life and health so we can formulate a plan together


74a Worcester Rd, Hagley, West Midlands, DY9 0NJ

Online bookings:



Maria Elliott is the founder of Maria Elliott Physiotherapy Services, The Mummy MOT, and Simply Women’s Health. She has worked extensively in the field of pelvic health for over 30 years and is one of the UK’s leading practitioners in women’s and men’s pelvic health, as well as postnatal recovery.

A specialist postnatal Chartered Physiotherapist and a clinical Pilates instructor, she focuses on helping women and men achieve optimal pelvic health and balance, through manual therapy, dynamic exercises, and functional rehabilitation. Maria has developed unique and multi-disciplinary treatment programmes that are at the forefront of postnatal and pelvic recovery. She is always dedicated and energetic in her approach to her patients’ recovery. Maria works closely with leading Pelvic Health Consultants in London, experts in the field of biomechanics, urology, gynecology, pain management, and functional rehab to provide integrated recovery programmes for men and women. Maria offers Pelvic Pain Coaching and comprehensive psychological, health, and pain support, combining advice on nutrition, exercise, mindfulness and breathwork to aid full recovery.

4 Upper Wimpole Street,
Marylebone, London W1G 6LF




Suzanne Vernazza is a Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist based in Gateshead in the North-East of England. She works both within the NHS and privately seeing women through out all stages of life. Having gained a vast amount of experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and obstetrics since 2003, she has now specialised in Pelvic health Physiotherapy. She treats pelvic floor conditions including bladder and bowel issues, prolapse, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction. She uses an holistic treatment approach, ensuring treatment is tailored to the individual. Additional qualifications include, acupuncture, management of perineal tears and menopause.

She is passionate about women’s health and pelvic health and enjoys empowering women to understand their bodies. She is keen to improve education and understanding of the pelvic floor conditions, as they are often poorly understood. She aims to break down taboos and help women to access correct and timely treatment.

For more information please email:
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Becky is a highly experienced pelvic & women’s health physiotherapist, having worked in this specialist area since 2005. During this time, she has worked within the NHS, leading the pelvic health services locally for over 10 years. Becky set up her private business in 2017, based in West Kirby on the Wirral. She now solely works within the private sector.

Becky has extensive experience working with women in all stages of their life, including women during & after pregnancy. She is sensitive to the problems that can happen following childbirth and aims to help support & empower women to seek and undertake the appropriate treatment for their symptoms and ultimately to improve their quality of life, gaining freedom from pelvic health problems.

Becky works alongside Amelia Osborne, who is also an experienced pelvic health physiotherapist. She has worked within this field for over 10 years and has special interest within postnatal care. Amelia also has extra specialist training in scar release and in pregnancy/postnatal massage.

They offer assessment and treatment for a range of postnatal symptoms such as pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, bowel incontinence and/or urgency, perineal trauma, painful intercourse, abdominal wall concerns such as diastasis rectus abdominis, scar problems and vaginal prolapse.

Treatment is individualised depending on the needs and wishes of the patient, and on the assessment findings. Treatment approaches may include exercise therapy, scar release, manual therapy, acupuncture, work with pelvic wands and/or dilators, biofeedback and stimulation.


Contact: or call: 07919053843



BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy
APPI Certified Pilates Instructor

Gemma graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree in 2009.

Since then, she has gained experience working in the NHS and private sector in a variety of settings including multidisciplinary rehabilitation units, musculoskeletal clinics, and sports working with several Rugby Union and Rugby Sevens teams. She also spent a year working in New Zealand and gained overseas experience working at a Private Physiotherapy and Pilates clinic.

She has specialised in pelvic health (Women’s Health Physiotherapy) for over 5 years in the NHS and privately , and she has a special interest in ante/post-natal rehabilitation. She has worked in Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury clinics in the NHS. She is passionate about helping women recover post-natally and also about preparing women for birth and keeping active and well through pregnancy.

She is a certified APPI Pilates instructor as well as therapeutic yoga teacher too.


Clinic : Halo Physiotherapy , Camden House, 201 Warwick Road, Kenilworth, CV8 1TH

Clinic phone: 01926 257255

Clinic email:



Lucy began her career back in 2009 and has since worked across the NHS in South Wales and Oxford before moving to London to work at the prestigious St Marks Hospital in Harrow. Lucy currently runs two private clinics based in Marylebone for all types of Pelvic Floor related problems.

​Coming from an experienced musculoskeletal background, Lucy developed a passion for treating men and women with pelvic floor dysfunction. Her enthusiasm for pelvic health has led to specialising in bowel, bladder and pelvic pain issues ranging from constipation, urinary incontinence to sexual dysfunction. She is dedicated to helping clients become confident in managing their symptoms and regaining control over issues that can greatly impact day to day life. Lucy completed a Masters in Psychology to further support her clients emotional and wellbeing needs. As part of her Msc Lucy researched the physical and psychological effects CARiFiT babywearing workouts had on women during the postnatal period. This study will be published in 2021 and hopes to bring about changes in mental health support for new mothers through exercise..

​Alongside pelvic floor rehabilitation Lucy is able to offer treatment:

  • Courses of Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS)
  • Acupuncture
  • Anorectal Manometry Testing
  • Pessary Fitting

Tel: 07375815930


Clinic Locations: 25 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QW

​One Welbeck, 1 Welbeck Street, London ,W1G 0AA



I qualified as a physiotherapist at the University of the West of England, Bristol in 2004, and then worked in the NHS in Cardiff & Vale University Health Board.

From 2006, I specialised in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy, working with the team in the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.

In 2015, I gained an MSc in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy from the University of Bradford.

In 2017, I decided to leave the NHS to focus my energy on establishing my private physiotherapy clinic in Canton, Cardiff.

I provide specialist physiotherapy services for women of any age who are experiencing, or are concerned about, pelvic health problems such as incontinence, prolapse and pain. I have also created the RE-CORE-NECT series of courses, designed to help women reconnect with their bodies and take them on a journey to better pelvic health.

I also offer treatment and rehabilitation throughout pregnancy and after childbirth.

470a Cowbridge Road East



I decided to specialise in pelvic health physiotherapy in 2009, following a background in musculoskeletal physiotherapy due to the lack of resource and awareness locally in supporting women with what are often thought of as ‘taboo’ symptoms.
I am passionate about supporting patients through their journey – whatever that may be.
For many women the pregnancy and postnatal experience is not always as they expect it to be, but being able to provide support and guidance to women through their choices to improve and relieve symptoms is paramount to me.
I have gained a huge amount of postgraduate experience over the past 12 years gaining skills and knowledge to treat pelvic floor function and dysfunction for women at any stage of life – whether it be bladder and bowel issues, prolapse, pain, sexual dysfunction or intimacy/relationship issues – often these symptoms relate to recent childbirth trauma.
I use a combination of manual therapy, taping, exercise, acupuncture and electro acupuncture (PTNS) to support my patients in their symptom recovery; and I am also able to listen and guide.

Clinic address:

Lincoln House, New Road, Princes Risborough, Bucks. HP27 0JN

TEL: 07555 131079




Bump to Beyond Ltd is owned by Senior Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist Deborah Schofield. The business began as Mummy Massage and Physiotherapy Clinic in 2013 and evolved to become Bump to Beyond in October 2019.

We are a specialist women’s health physiotherapy, fitness and wellness clinic striving to improve the standard of care offered to pregnant and post-natal clients, right through to helping with problems that arise from Menopause. We offer services that can look after you both physically and mentally, from Bump to Beyond.

We have two clinics in Greater Manchester, UK. Our South Manchester clinic is located in Sale town (M33) and our North Manchester clinic is in Rochdale (OL12). We also offer online services.

Deborah studied Physiotherapy at the University of Salford and received a first class honours in 2009. Deborah’s passion has always been working with pregnant/post-natal and peri to post menopausal women and has over 11 years experience within the women’s health field. She has worked in the women’s health physiotherapy NHS departments of Central Manchester University Hospital and the University of South Manchester Hospital. She left a senior women’s health NHS post in 2018 to concentrate solely on Bump to Beyond.

Deborah has attended many post graduate courses to further develop her skills including;

  • MSc Rehabilitation studies, Physiotherapy in Women’s Health (ongoing)
  • Prolapse, stress urinary incontinence and pessary fitting- advanced- Taryn Hallam
  • Vaginal prolapse and fitting ring pessary- M and K Update
  • C-section, hysterectomy and abdominal scar immersion- Jenny Burrell
  • Advanced pelvic floor techniques- Maeve Whelan
  • Perinatal rehabilitation- Michelle Lyons
  • Lower bowel dysfunction- POGP
  • Pregnancy, post-natal and gynaecology courses- POGP
  • The Mummy MOT- Maria Elliot/ Jenny Burrell
  • Acupuncture foundation course – Carl Clarkson
  • SIJ dysfunction- Howard Turner
  • Visceral manipulation- Maria Elliot/ Alex Antoniou
  • Matwork and ante/postnatal pilates courses- APPI
  • Level 3 Diploma in Body Massage
  • Pregnancy massage accredited diploma certificate
  • Deep tissue and advanced massage techniques

Deborah also has a love of both holistic therapies and manual therapies and has 16 years experience of in providing holistic therapy treatments. She is a member of the chartered society of physiotherapy, a member of the POGP, and a recognised professional on the HCPC register.

TEL: 07802517366



The stats speak for themselves.
More women are affected and need support…


of women with severe birth injury said it impacted on their relationship with their child


were affected by traumatic memories of the birth


stated they were embarrassed by the symptoms of their injury


of women affected said they doubted their ability to mother


suffered postnatal depression as a result of their injury


of women affected regretted having a child because of the injuries sustained