Physio for Women

Physiotherapy 80011530


  • Fee assured
Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Domiciliary
  • Male or female health
  • Musculoskeletal

About us

Physio For Women was set up by Alexandra Keating BSC (Hons) MSCP CSP SRP PGCert ACPWH

✔ State registered physiotherapist (SRP)

✔ Member of the Health Professions Council (HPC), PH72308

✔ Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) 073355

✔ Full member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health (ACPWH)

✔ Registered as a specialist pelvic floor and pelvic girdle manual therapist

resized_IMG_7983Alexandra graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a First Class BSc Honours degree in physiotherapy. Since then she has specialised in Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy, and undertaken many specialist post graduate courses. In 2008 she was awarded a Post Graduate Certificate in Women’s Health Physiotherapy from the University of Bradford. This award not only advanced her professional career but enabled her to become a full member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health; a specialist interest group dedicated to providing the latest evidence based treatments for women with musculoskeletal, obstetric, gynaecological, urological and colorectal issues. During her exams for this award Alexandra achieved a distinction in all her practical case studies (in which she was assessed whilst treating consenting patients). She further gained a distinction for her research project on the role of the pelvic floor in pelvic girdle pain. Most recently Alexandra has not only successfully completed exams in Acupuncture but received a recommendation to publish her research. She now uses Acupuncture for pain, tissue healing and homeostasis in general musculoskeletal complaints as well as specialist Women’s Health issues and pregnancy related dysfunction (See Acupuncture for further information).

Prior to founding ‘Physio for Women’, Alexandra spent eight years managing the Women’s Health Physiotherapy service at Frimley Park Hospital. A responsible and rewarding role providing a service for GPs, consultants and midwives to refer their patients for treatment of musculoskeletal and pelvic floor dysfunction; including pregnancy and postnatal low back/pelvic pain and general urological, gynaecological, and colorectal conditions (see relevant clinics for a comprehensive list of conditions treated). In addition to managing her own full and diverse caseload she regularly helped colleagues manage more complex patients. During her time at Frimley Park she also set up specialist exercise classes for Pregnant and Postnatal women to promote physical fitness and wellbeing as well as provide fundamental support for this life changing event. She is currently expanding her class provision to include Pelvic-Floor Pilates.

Alexandra is passionate about the service she provides and enjoys imparting specialist knowledge and skills to her patient’s as well as other trainee Women’s Health Physiotherapists, GPs and specialist consultants and nurses, with whom she has excellent working relationships. She is also involved in health promotion education days for the public.

Her priority is the needs of her patients, hence she delivers the most up to date and evidence based assessments and treatments. Whatever you need help with, Alexandra is focused on you as an individual and your specific needs. She recognises the importance of working together and achieving your goals. After a thorough assessment and a diagnosis, your treatment options will be discussed. Thereafter your treatment plan will be created and tailored as much as practicably possible to your needs and lifestyle.

Areas of interest

Stress urinary incontinence; Urge incontinence; Urine urgency; Decreased sensation to pass urine and hesitancy; Faecal incontinence; Faecal urgency; Flatal incontinence (inability to control wind); Constipation; Perineal tears during childbirth (pain, sensitivity; Pelvic organ prolapse (uterine, bladder, rectum); Vaginismus;
Vulvodynia; Piles/haemorrhoids; Pelvic Pain.

Headaches; Whiplash; Shoulder problems; Tendonitis; Arthritis; Back & neck pain; Sciatica; Muscle & joint pain; Repetitive strain; Sporting injuries; Falls prevention & rehabilitation; Trapped nerve pain; Post operative rehabilitation
(including all orthopaedic, cardiac, oncology and general surgical procedures).

Pelvic Girdle Pain; Sacro-iliac joint dysfunction; Symphysis pubis dysfunction; Back pain; Neck Pain; Abdominal muscle separation; Hip pain; Coccyx Pain; Sciatica; Carpal tunnel syndrome; Varicose veins; Cramps

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Procedures completed

  • AA353

    Follow-up Women's and Men's Health Physiotherapy Session - (>50)

  • AA352

    Initial Women's and Men's Health Physiotherapy Session - (5-50)

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