Emma Brockwell – Women’s Health Physiotherapist
Emma graduated from St. George’s Medical School in 2005 with a degree in physiotherapy, having previously gained a degree in biology. In 2005 she began her career at Addenbrooke’s hospital in Cambridge gaining a broad range of experience within musculoskeletal, neurology and orthopaedic physiotherapy to name a few. In 2007 she moved back to London and continued to work for the NHS refining her interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
In 2010 she started working as a musuloskeletal physiotherapist at London Bridge Hospital. Since having her first child Emma has developed her interest in the field of Women’s Health and over the years has gone on to specialise in this area. She enjoys treating urogynaecological conditions such as prolapse, urinary urgency, incontinence and pelvic floor problems including vulval pain and sexual discomfort. She treats women suffering with back, pelvic and coccyx pain during pregnancy. Emma is particularly passionate about helping women return to optimal recovery postpartum (post baby). She is keen that all women are seen by a women’s health physiotherapist postpartum to optimise rehabilitation and obtain a safe effective return to exercise. Emma has completed many post graduate Pelvic Obstetric Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP) women’s health courses, Maeve Whelan’s manual therapy for the pelvic floor course and is also a recognised Mummy MOT practitioner.
Emma is a member of the professional network Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy as well as a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and a member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Emma loves spending time with her young family and running. She has set up and leads a local running club specifically designed for women and leads courses aimed at getting postpartum mums back to running safely and successfully