Physiotherapist HCPC CSP

Jo graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2016, with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy. Jo has worked across many physiotherapy specialities including respiratory, musculoskeletal and neurology. She has now specialised in Women’s Health and works extensively in the NHS, treating women with pelvic floor dysfunction.

Jo can treat a range of conditions including urinary incontinence, increased bladder frequency and urgency and prolapse. She also treats pain during and after pregnancy, including back pain, pelvic girdle pain, abdominal separation, rib pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Jo thoroughly enjoys motivating women in their postnatal recovery, returning to activities which are meaningful to them, whether their goals are more functional or fitness related, e.g. return to exercises and sport, Crossfit or running. Jo also enjoys treating women in all stages of life, including antenatal, postnatal and post-menopause.

Jo employs a wide variety of treatment modalities, such as patient-specific exercise prescription, manual therapy (including manual pelvic floor therapy), electrotherapy, advice and education.

In her free time Jo enjoys cycling, yoga and exploring the countryside.

Jo is an affiliate member of the POGP the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy clinical interest group and the International Urogynaecology Association