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Welcome to Every Woman Physio

I'm a Women's Health Physiotherapist with over 13 years of experience in both NHS and private practice. I am passionate about empowering women to thrive by sharing the vital message that Every Woman should be taking care of their pelvic health every day for life. By sharing my knowledge and experience, my goal is that the women I reach will be more carefree, informed, and confident.

When I am asked about the part of my job, I love the most; it is always being able to help women feel more empowered. This is a goal I am passionate about and is also very important to me on a personal level.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many women will suffer pelvic floor dysfunction during their lifetime?

Over 60% of UK women have at least one symptom of poor pelvic floor health. Nearly one in four women have never done pelvic floor exercises that can prevent and improve symptoms.”

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

What are the pelvic floor muscles?

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that span the bottom of the pelvis, and support the bladder, bowel and pelvic organs (bladder, bowel and womb). Without appropriate exercise, this important group of muscles weakens over time with just everyday living

What are common pelvic floor issues?

  • Leaking from the bladder when coughing/sneezing/during exercise.
  • A feeling of urgency to empty the bladder and leaking before you reach the toilet
  • Leaking from the bowel (including wind).
  • Prolapse of the pelvic organs into the vagina . This can be either the bladder, bowel and/or uterus.
  • A vaginal prolapse can feel like a bulge in the vagina, a heaviness or dragging sensation in the vagina, incomplete emptying of the bladder- you may need to rock the pelvis to fully empty, recurrent UTI’s, needing to support the perineum or back wall of the vagina to empty your bowels , or a feeling of not being able to fully empty your bowels, and less sensation during intercourse – often prolapse symptoms feel worse after a day on your feet/end of the day.

    Other issues include:
  • Chronic constipation
  • Reduced sexual function (painful intercourse or reduced sensation during intercourse)

What if I don’t have any pelvic floor issues? Surely I don’t need to worry?

Every woman should be carrying of pelvic floor muscle exercises daily, but unfortunately, we often don’t find this out until we get issues. Without exercising your pelvic floor effectively daily, then the muscles will weaken over time with just every day living. Prevention is always better than cure and the Pelvic Floor Masterclass is designed to give you everything you need to do your best to prevent any pelvic floor issues in the future.

I have pelvic floor issues, what can I do?

Firstly, you are not alone!

Despite pelvic floor issues being common, they are very treatable. Pelvic health physiotherapists are trained to treat these conditions, so you can check in with one, or take a look at The Pelvic Floor Masterclass which will give you everything you need to restore your pelvic floor in the comfort of your own home.

What if I start the course and discover it isn't for me?

Abby is passionate and committed to helping you improve pelvic floor dysfunction and to improve your life. As a mother with a career, she also understands that sometimes life can throw up unexpected challenges. As a result, she has put in place a 14-day no-risk money-back guarantee if you are unable to complete the course for any reason.