Diagnosis and treatment for women of all ages, including pre and post natal
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What is Women’s Health?
Women’s Health is an important part of health care that we, at Hub, believe is commonly overlooked by health professionals. It seems to have become common place for women to share stories of embarrassing moments due to incontinence or an overactive bladder, or simply discuss among friend’s pelvic pain or discomfort they may be experiencing which is then normalised. We want to put a stop to that as there is a lot that can be done to improve dysfunctional pelvic floor, bladder and bowl incontinence, an overactive bladder or to relieve symptoms of general discomfort and pelvic pain.
Who is Women’s Health for?
Women’s health is suitable for all women at all stages of life, from teenage years to post-menopausal. All treatment sessions are conducted in private rooms with targeted hands-on therapy. Women’s health is suitable for anyone concerned about, or looking for symptomatic relief of:
- Abdominal diastasis (tummy gap)
- Pre-natal and post-partum conditions
- Pelvic girdle pain
- Pelvic organ prolapses
- Sexual dysfunction
We recognise that every client is individual and work with you to create rehabilitation programmes together for treatment of pelvic floor pain and dysfunction.
We have appointments available with our Women’s Health expert on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Call us now on:
020 7720 9644
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Women's Health Expert
Our women’s health expert, Caitlin, is a registered osteopath with over 7-years’ experience.
Having completed her masters at The British School of Osteopathy, Caitlin continued her studying and completed post graduate courses in advanced pelvic floor function with the world-renowned Holly Herman and Dr Ruth Jones.
Fitting in with Hub’s overall ethos, Caitlin focuses on finding and addressing the underlying cause of women’s health problems, rather than simply addressing presenting symptoms.