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Helen Forth Physiotherapy , BSc (hons) and MSc Physiotherapy 1996 and 2005, Post-grad cert Womens Health Physiotherapy 2000, Foundation level acupuncture 2016, APPI certified Pilates matwork instructor 2019

Sherbourne Lodge Wellbeing, Sherbourne House Farm, Sherbourne Street, Edwardstone, Sherbourne Lodge Wellbeing Centre, Sherbourne House Farm,, Sherbourne Street, Edwardstone Sudbury England, United Kingdom, CO10 5PD
Helen Forth Physiotherapy, Helen Forth Physiotherapy
Physical Therapist
  • Orthopedic - Spine/Pelvis/Hips
  • Pelvic Health - Both Male and Female



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I am an HCPC registered, highly specialist pelvic and womens health physiotherapist based in the private sector, previously on Harley Street in central London, and now in Hadleigh, Suffolk. I have spent 20 years providing expert care to clients in both NHS and private health settings. I am passionate about my work, and will use an analytical approach combined with the most effective physiotherapy techniques to provide you with the best care possible. I specialise in the treatment of all aspects of pelvic and womens health physiotherapy including: pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, bladder, and bowel control issues, vaginal prolapse, pelvic pain (in pregnancy and afterwards), postnatal abdominal muscle separation, and chronic pelvic pain. I am perhaps best known in London for my work with women with vulval pain conditions (vulvodynia, vestibulodynia, neuropathic vulval pain), overactive (hypertonic) pelvic floor muscles, painful bladder syndrome, pudendal neuralgia and male pelvic floor dysfunction. I use a combination of manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise prescription to work with you to resolve your condition. I will maintain the highest professional standards at all times, and will combine this with providing a comfortable, relaxed environment, and a reassuring, honest and open approach to your physiotherapy treatment and care.

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