When do you need to visit a specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist? How can she help you, what should you look for when choosing who to consult, what kind of assessment, treatment and results can you expect for diastasis recti, pelvic floor weakness, hernia, pelvic organ prolapse, back ache or all manner of pelvic and core related issues… and how should you transition safely to exercise following treatment?
Get the straight answers you’ve been searching for at MUTUVation 2013 on 12th October when Senior Women’s Health Specialist Physiotherapist Camilla Lawrence will be one of our key guest speakers, along with Sandra Roycroft-Davis.
Camilla will be presenting live on stage at this wonderful event – an event you will leave more informed, inspired and empowered to achieve the post baby of your dreams than you ever thought possible!
More about Camilla:
Camilla studied Physiotherapy at Nottingham University and on graduating headed back to London to work full-time at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Trust. Here she developed a keen interest in both general Musculoskeletal and Women’s Health physiotherapy (treating both ante-natal and post-natal women for pain and pelvic floor dysfunction). During this time she also gained a post-graduate qualification in acupuncture and trained as an APPI Pilates Instructor. In 2006 and 2007 she managed to escape the British winter weather by landing a dream job working in a British Physiotherapy practice in the French Alps for 2 seasons, where she skied a lot and became highly experienced in treating every possible type of snow sports injury. In-between and following her ski seasons, Camilla continued working as a senior Women’s Health physiotherapist in London (at both St Georges Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital), and also as a Rehab Physiotherapist at SIX Physio. In 2010 she moved to SIX full-time to set up and run their Women’s Health Service. She has also completed a masters-level Post-Graduate Certificate in Women’s Health Physiotherapy and is a full member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health (ACPWH). She is also the Head of Pilates and Physiotherapy at the new Mermaid Maternity Retreat in London. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, yoga and running to keep fit.