March 2, 2022

Hello, I am looking for help with incontinence issues and joint pain due to child birth. I wanted to ask if you are registered with Bupa and what you would recommend in terms of the types of sessions you provide.

March 2, 2022

Absolutely, yes – you need to come and see us and get yourself back fully into action.

This is Leanne who heads up our fantastic Women’s Health service and so if you have any further Q’s please do ask away – she’s be more than delighted to help.

Guru Responded
March 2, 2022

Ok great, would the new initial appointment for Women’s health physio therapy be the right session to book? I assume the location doesn’t matter? The london Cannon Street locations are closest to me so I was planning to book there, I assume that is fine?

March 2, 2022

Hi Victoria

Thank you for your email.

Yes, please ask for a Womens health Physiotherapy appointment. Myself and my colleague Amy both work in the city and we’re both very experienced in treating continence and pregnancy related pain.

If you have any further questions please let me know.
Best wishes


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