Our Consultant Physiotherapist Kasia provides women's health services tailored to each patient's unique needs. She specialises in the following;
Pre Natal Physiotherapy
Manage common pregnancy-related conditions and prepare for childbirth with exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
Post Natal Physiotherapy
Recover from the physical stresses of childbirth, manage pain, and regain strength and mobility
Manage menopause-related symptoms, improve your quality of life, and promote overall health and wellbeing.
“I have been referred to Kasia who is an amazing physiotherapist. She uses different techniques to improve my knee condition. I had an accident 4 years ago and have been struggling to go back to a normal life since.
I have seen 3 different physiotherapists and have never come across someone as talented as Kasia. She gives me clear practical exercises every week and has managed to make me progress and go back to activities I thought I would never be able to do again.”
Pre Natal Physiotherapy
Prenatal physiotherapy is designed to help pregnant women maintain their physical health and wellbeing throughout their pregnancy. Some of the key benefits of prenatal physiotherapy include:
Reduced pain and discomfort: Many pregnant women experience back pain, sciatica, and other types of discomfort during pregnancy. Prenatal physiotherapy can help to relieve these symptoms through gentle exercises, massage, and other techniques.
Strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles: Prenatal physiotherapy can help women to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles, which can help to prevent incontinence and other problems that can arise after childbirth.
Preparation for childbirth: Prenatal physiotherapy can help women to prepare for childbirth by teaching them breathing techniques and other exercises that can make labor and delivery easier and more comfortable.
Post Natal Physiotherapy
Postnatal physiotherapy is designed to help new mothers recover from childbirth and address any physical issues that may arise during the postpartum period. This can be incredibly beneficial for women who have given birth, as it can help to promote healing, restore function and reduce pain.
Some of the key benefits of postnatal physiotherapy include:
Rehabilitation of the pelvic floor: Pregnancy and childbirth can weaken the pelvic floor muscles, leading to incontinence and other problems. Postnatal physiotherapy can help to rehabilitate these muscles, reducing the risk of incontinence and other issues.
Improved posture and core strength: Many women experience postural changes and abdominal muscle weakness after childbirth. Postnatal physiotherapy can help to improve posture and core strength, reducing the risk of pain and discomfort.
Relief of pain and discomfort: Many women experience pain and discomfort after giving birth, particularly in the lower back, hips, and pelvis. Postnatal physiotherapy can help to alleviate these symptoms through exercise, massage, and other techniques.
Promotion of healing: Postnatal physiotherapy can help to promote healing after childbirth by increasing blood flow, reducing inflammation and stimulating tissue repair.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about how we can help you.
Menopause is a natural part of the aging process for women, and it can be accompanied by a range of physical and emotional symptoms. As a physiotherapist with experience in women's health, Kasia offers menopause coaching services to help women navigate this transition with confidence and ease.
Kasia's menopause coaching services are designed to address the physical and emotional changes that occur during menopause, including:
Bone health: Menopause can increase the risk of osteoporosis and other bone-related issues. Kasia can help women to develop an exercise plan that supports bone health and reduces the risk of fractures.
Cardiovascular health: Menopause can also increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Kasia can help women to develop an exercise plan that supports heart health and reduces the risk of heart disease.
Pelvic health: Menopause can lead to changes in the pelvic floor muscles, increasing the risk of incontinence and other issues. Kasia can help women to develop an exercise plan that supports pelvic floor health and reduces the risk of incontinence.
In addition to addressing these physical changes, menopause coaching services also include support for the emotional and psychological aspects of menopause, for example guidance and resources for managing symptoms such as hot flashes, mood changes, and sleep disturbances.
With menopause coaching, women can feel empowered and confident as they navigate this important transition in their lives. Contact Kasia today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how she can help you.