Since qualifying from the University of Hertfordshire in 2007, Jenny has had a wealth of experience treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal, Women’s Health and Men’s Health conditions.
After Qualifying Jenny worked at The Imperial College Healthcare Trust in London for 6 years. This meant working across a variety of settings with some of the leading experts in physiotherapy. It was while working at St Mary’s Hospital that her passion for Women’s health started. She then spent the next 3 years working at Queen Charlottes and Chelsea Hospital specialising in Women’s Health.
Women's Health Physiotherapy focuses on ante natal, post natal musculoskeletal conditions and pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions such as prolapse and urinary incontinence.
Jenny joined SIX in 2014 where she built up our women’s health service at our Harley street clinic. We have now moved to our brand new clinic in Fitzrovia and she is working to build on our women’s and now men’s health service there. Jenny is passionate to help men and women with conditions that impact their quality of life such as incontinence, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction. She loves to see their lives change after education, exercise and manual treatments.
Jenny has undertaken many postgraduate courses to help further her skills and enable her to choose the best possible treatment for her patients. Some of the courses she has a special interest in are; Pilates, acupuncture and advanced manual therapy for pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions.
When not at SIX physio Jenny is kept busy by her 4 year old daughter Abigail and Maddie her 9 month old, oh and don’t forget the 3 ponies pixie, Frankie and Mayfair.
All you hear about in pregnancy is “are you doing your pelvic floor exercises?” When asked this, I think most women nod frantically because they think they should know how to do it but in reality inside they ar...