Womens Health Physiotherapist
Gemma Graduated from Coventry University with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy. Since then she has spent time working in Africa and the UK, specialising first in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Gemma has worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in various NHS trusts in Essex, North London and now works as a clinical Specialist in Women’s Health at Peterborough City Hospital.
Gemma holds a Masters level postgraduate certificate in continence for physiotherapists from the University of Bradford. She also has a master’s level qualification in acupuncture. Other post graduate courses include Pilates and Breast Cancer soft tissue studies. She currently is actively involved with the national body “Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy”.
Gemma is passionate about women’s health and has a particular interest in treating postnatal women who have pelvic floor problems or abdominal separation following delivery. She is also very experienced with pregnancy related back and pelvic pain.
She sees many ladies to develop individualised personal exercises programs during the antenatal and postnatal periods. She is passionate about promoting safe exercise striving to ensure ladies are able to exercises safely and regularly to ensure a healthy pregnancy and ensure better postnatal outcomes. She treats women and men of any age with bladder or bowel incontinence, constipation, prolapse, vulval pain or sexual discomfort.
In the little spare time Gemma has between balancing two jobs and studying, she enjoys family time with 2 children, and currently enjoying establishing a new exercise regime at the gym and running after a busy year of trying to achieve a work life balance.