Jo has been committed to women’s health since she trained at St. Thomas’ Hospital, and currently also works within the Urology clinic at Queen Mary’s hospital, Roehampton. She has worked in this field for 25 years, leading the women’s health physiotherapy team at St George’s hospital for 9 years, during which time she set up a multidisciplinary perineal clinic for women with severe perineal birth trauma.
She is a registered Mummy MOT practitioner, offering post natal checks from 6 weeks post birth onwards, see link
Treatment of third and fourth degree tears remains one of her key interests, as well as postnatal pelvic floor problems including bladder leakage (stress and urge incontinence) prolapse, pelvic floor muscle weakness, pain with sexual activity, bowel problems (including leakage) and pelvic pain. see link
1 in every 3 women are affected by women’s health problems over their lifetime, often becoming more noticeable around the Menopause – Jo is able to offer a broad range of treatments regarding symptoms, don’t sit and suffer!
Jo also enjoys an educational role, working with physiotherapy students at Kingston University, and is also a member of the POGP executive committee.
Away from work, Jo has two teenagers, and loves to spend her time laughing, cooking and eating with friends and family as well as jogging, exercise classes and Yoga. She is also a fan of karaoke, though her enthusiasm rather than her talents shine through!
Jo holds clinics at both Wimbledon Village and at Hinchley Wood. Find out more about Women’s Health clinic.