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Women’s Health Physiotherapy Hatfield

Hatfield Women’s Health Physiotherapy covers all areas relating to Obstetrics (pregnancy) and Gynaecology.  Shockingly 1 in 3 women experience women’s health problems during their lifetime. However, many tolerate these problems, often for years, either too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that treatments are available.

womans Health

Look After Yourself!

Women’s health is a very unique and specialist area of Female Physiotherapy. Our Physiotherapy at the Hatfield Practice is highly confidential and respects the sensitive nature of these problems. We understand how upsetting talking about some of these problems can be. It is important to be thoughtful and experienced in dealing sensitively with patients. We will work very hard on putting you at ease, in the comfort of a comfortable, warm and private setting. Professionalism and privacy are essential. Everything you say will remain strictly confidential.

For more specific information at The Hatfield Practice on Women’s Health Hatfield conditions, please speak to Jenny, our specialist woman’s Health Physiotherapist.


Perhaps you would like to speak to Jenny in total confidence regarding a problem you have or general Physiotherapy advice; please call the Hatfield Practice on 01707 888229 or email Your call will be treated in the strictest confidence. Please don’t worry and suffer alone.

Useful information

Useful Link to the Bladder and Bowel Foundation.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

What conditions
• Stress urinary incontinence ( leaking urine when you cough, sneeze, laugh or run)
• Urinary urgency incontinence ( the desperate urge to pass urine and not always making it in time )
• Increased urinary frequency
• Pelvic organ prolapse ( when the uterus, bladder or bowel move down into the vagina)
• Faecal urgency
• Faecal incontinence
• Constipation
• Perineum pain post-delivery
• Sexual discomfort

What Women’s health assessment and treatment may involve
o Detailed history
o Pelvic floor assessment
o Education and advice
o Individualised exercise program
o The use of neuromuscular stimulation
o Soft tissue techniques
o Bladder training
o Fluid and diet advice