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Hannah qualified with a first class BSc in Physiotherapy in 2004 and quickly specialised in the field of Women's Health Physiotherapy.
She had gained 10 years experience within the NHS working at three of the countries leading teaching hospitals; Saint Mary's Women's hospital in Manchester, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London and Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital , also in London.
Hannah treats problems related to the pelvic floor muscles and pelvis.
This could include symptoms of bladder incontinence , void frequency or urgency, pelvic organ prolapse, bowel/flatal incontinence, constipation or difficult degradation , pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction - including pain.
She also treats women during pregnancy or immediately postnatally, including separation of tummy muscles.
Hannah is a qualified Pilates instructor and has completed training with the Australian Institute of Physiotherapists and Pilates (APPI) at basic and advanced levels and has completed the antenatal and postnatal programme.
Evidence shows that 70% of women who experience symptoms of pelvic floor weakness with resolve with specialist women's health physiotherapy. Unfortunately it can take some women many years to talk to someone about their symptoms and seek help. Hannah will always communicate with your GP, Gynaecologist or Obstetrician as required, with your consent.
Hannah is happy to have a chat through symptoms over the phone - it may be that you have a specific concern , or that you just wish to have a bit of a check up, especially if you struggle to find your pelvic floor muscles.
Outside of work Hannah enjoys keeping fit and active. She plays touch rugby , enjoys running and participates in the odd triathalon!