Lucy is a highly specialised Pelvic Health and Biofeedback Physiotherapist and has worked across the NHS including St Marks Hospital in Harrow and private practice. Lucy currently runs private clinics in Marylebone and SW London for all types of Pelvic Floor related problems.
Coming from an experienced musculoskeletal background, Lucy developed a passion for treating men and women with pelvic floor dysfunction. Her enthusiasm for pelvic health has led to specialising in bowel, bladder and pelvic pain issues ranging from constipation, urinary incontinence to sexual dysfunction. She is dedicated to helping clients become confident in managing their symptoms and regaining control over issues that can greatly impact day to day life. Lucy completed a Masters in Psychology to further support her clients emotional and wellbeing needs.
Pelvic health Physiotherapy can help with issues relating to bladder function, bowel function and sexual dysfunction following cancer treatment. This will usually involve improving pelvic floor muscle function, prolapse rehabilitation, scar management, bladder health and techniques to help improve bowel control, bowel emptying, frequency and diet. Some cancer treatments can trigger pain during intercourse and pelvic health physiotherapy, alongside psychosexual counselling helps to improve scar mobility and reduce muscle spasm that can be the cause of pain.
Education, Qualtifications and Experience
- Qualified Pelvic Health Physiotherapist (BSc) with over 12 years experience within private practice and NHS
- MSc in Psychology (Distinction)
- Qualified to perform Anorectal Physiology Manometry (ARP), Transanal Irrigation (TAI) and Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS)
- Vaginal Pessary fitting service
- Post-graduate Acupuncture Qualifications
- Educator of Functional Bowel Disorders
Languages I Speak
- Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapist (MCSP)
- Member of Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC)
- Affiliate Member of the Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecology Physiotherapy (POGP)