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Q&A on women's health physiotherapy with senior physiotherapist Dr Rachel Bromley - ANSWERS BACK

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HeatherMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 11-Nov-13 11:45:24

Were running a Q&A on Womens Health Physiotherapy with Nuffield Health. Their senior Womens Health Physiotherapists will answer all your questions on musculoskeletal problems and issues with the bladder or pelvic floor. These might be antenatal or postnatal problems associated with pregnancy or childbirth, or gynaecological problems.

Dr Rachel Bromley is a senior physiotherapist. She qualified as a physiotherapist in 1992 and has been specialising in continence and womens health since 2005. She has recently completed a Masters Degree in Continence and Womens Health at Bradford University. Rachel is the clinical lead physiotherapist for Womens Health within Nuffield Health and as such teaches and mentors other physiotherapists within the company who have an interest in womens health and continence. Dr Bromley has had additional specialist training in the assessment and treatment of a variety of womens health conditions, including urinary stress incontinence, urgency, symptoms of prolapse, voiding dysfunction, pelvic girdle pain and other pregnancy related conditions.

Laura Haworth qualified from Cardiff University in 2004 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. She has worked in Australia and New Zealand. Back in the UK, Laura joined Pilates Art and completed her equipment and mat-based Pilates training through the APPI Institute. She worked in their Hampstead clinic for eighteen months and became part of the womens health special interest group, working towards developing a private womens health service. Laura joined Nuffield Health in 2011. Since January, she has been based at the Nuffield Health Wharf Medical Centre in Canary Wharf where she has been assisting in the development of the womens health service.

Post your questions to the experts before 18 November and well upload the answers to this thread on 27 November.

This Q&A is sponsored by Nuffield Health

Thank you for answering my questions.

domesticslattern Wed 27-Nov-13 20:35:24

Thank you, very interesting

ChaffinchOfDoom Wed 27-Nov-13 21:25:42

thank you, lots of help.

DoctorWhoPrefersToFlySolo Thu 28-Nov-13 01:16:50

thank you, thank you, thank you!!! smile

Thank you v much for all your thorough answers smile

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