Men’s and Women’s Health Services
The service we offer is bespoke to your needs and goals. Your team are all based under one roof, ensuring clear communication and seamless support to get you back to feeling fit and well again.
Women’s Health Services
Dr Rebecca Robinson, Consultant, will coordinate your care. Your initial appointment will involve taking a thorough medical history and arranging for any necessary tests to establish your current baseline and tailor your treatment.
Mhairi Keil, is highly skilled in developing a nutrition plan which will best address the symptoms of your condition and that is also achievable within your lifestyle.
Dr Paulina Kloskowska, Physiotherapist & Grace Covington, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist will work together to regain your strength. From recovering your pelvic floor muscle strength to developing a maintainable exercise plan which benefits both your physical goals is based around your hormone balance and looks after your bone and muscle health.
Service in Detail
Menopause & Peri-menopause
The menopause is one of the most significant physiological and psychological shifts in a female’s life and, unfortunately, in standard current medical practice is one the least supported.
There are approximately 13 million females and people with auterus in the UK who are currently menopausal. This may be a result of developing age, following hysterectomy & myomectomy surgery or early menopause brought on by genetics or lifestyle factors.
Whichever scenario you find yourself in we are here to help.
There are many conditions which uniquely impact females and people with uteruses. The management of these health conditions involves a fine balance of support for your physical, hormonal and mental health.
Whether you are experiencing the effects and symptoms of, polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis, hysterectomy, pelvic organ prolapse or even recovering from gynaecology surgery, the specialist team are here to help.
Pregnancy & Fitness
Pregnancy is a very special time. At Marylebone Health we understand that when you’re pregnant, you need a bespoke andindividual approach, to keep strong and healthy, and to makesure that you and your baby are safe.
Our Women’s Specialist Team will take care of you in each aspect of this process.
Post partum return to fitness
You have your new beautiful baby now! Congratulations!
You may also feel a bit tired, busy with your new offspring, and not sure how to start exercising after all that your wonderful body has been through.
Female athlete & performance
Female athlete health and performance can be complex if not managed correctly.
Whether it’s concussion or injury risk or dealing with REDs we can help you perform at your best.
Men’s Health Services
A Men’s Health Physiotherapist is a qualified physiotherapist with a special interest and further training in the male pelvic floor. To put it most simply, if it involves pain in your pelvic region and or issues with your bladder, bowels, and your erections, chances are we can help. We work in conjunction with urologists, exercise physiologists, sexual health physicians & psychologists with the goal of restoring men’s health.
How we can help
We do this through discussing a thorough history and finding out what your goals and expectations of the session are. This is done to help work towards meaningful improvements. We then move onto an objective assessment where we look at some of your lower back/hip movements and assess your pelvic floor strength and active tension. If required, we can also perform an ultrasound of your pelvic floor muscles to help give you biofeedback to what we find in this assessment.
From this information we formulate a treatment plan together which may include education of various strategies to manage and support some of these specific conditions, contracting/relaxing the pelvic floor, increasing general exercise tolerance, or some self- release work.
We understand that these are very sensitive topics and as always, we treat each individual case with the utmost confidentiality and respect.
Common areas of concern include
- Pre and Post Prostatectomy Pelvic Floor training
- Post Prostate Surgery Incontinence
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Exercise advice and prescription for men on Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer
- Pelvic pain including in the scrotum, perineum, penis or anus
- Pudendal nerve pain (pain, discomfort, or numbness in your pelvis or genitals)
We can help
- Anyone who leaks urine when they cough, sneeze, laugh or play sport (stress incontinence)
- Anyone who needs to suddenly hurry to the toilet and may not make it in time (urinary urgency and/or urge incontinence)
- Anyone who gets up more than once a night to empty their bladder
- Anyone who finds it difficult to empty their bladder or bowel
- Anyone who loses control of their bowel or accidentally passes wind
- Men who are going to have/have had a prostatectomy
- Men who have pain when they urinate, ejaculate or empty their bowels
We kindly ask for 48 hours notice to change or cancel an appointment.
Any cancellations less than 48 hours will be subject to a full cancellation charge.