Physiotherapy

Pelvic Health specialist

Physiotherapy encourages the use of physical methods such as movement, specific exercises and massage rather than drugs or surgery to rehabilitate from injury and/or improve mobility and function.  Physiotherapists specialising in Pelvic care can offer assistance with the following:

ANTE & POST NATAL

Treating conditions such as pelvic girdle or coccyx pain, carpel tunnel, recti divarication, return to exercise, and pelvic floor recovery.

CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN

Issues such as persistent pelvic pain, endometriosis related musculoskeletal dysfunctions, vulvodynia, bladder pain syndrome, and pain during intercourse.

BLADDER AND BOWEL

Including bladder & bowel dysfunctions such as Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), Urge Urinary Incontinence (UUI), faecal incontinence, defecatory dysfunction, and constipation.

MENS HEALTH

Charlotte can provide treatment and advice for Pre & post prostatectomy, erectile dysfunction, bladder and bowel symptoms, coccyx pain, and pelvic pain.

Charlotte Church Physiotherapist

Charlotte Church is a Physiotherapist, specialising in Pelvic Health and has a broad range of clinical knowledge . She has active relationships with health care professionals, GPs, medical consultants, other therapists and most importantly her patients.

Charlotte holds regular clinics at The Core Zone and can be contacted on 01865 684964 or by visiting https://www.oxfordphysiotherapyclinic.com 

Initial assessments £85 | Follow up treatments £50