Hi, I’m Niki and I work as a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. I am passionate about this area and particularly enjoy supporting clients back to the activities and fitness levels they love. I am a mum to two lively and energetic children, who certainly like to keep me busy!
In my spare time I love to be active outdoors which fortunately is shared by the rest of my family. I have recently set up a local women’s health support hub with other health professionals. Our aim is to provide free education and create a safe place to ask questions to help provide pelvic health information.
Qualifications and Training
After an initial degree in Sport and Physiology, Niki went on to study as a Physiotherapist, qualifying in 2010. Working in both the NHS and private practice over a 10 year period Niki gained a wealth of experience, before moving full time into private pratice to enable her to balance family committments with work.
Niki has a passion for learning and has completed multiple postgraduate pelvic health course including those run by
Pelvic Obstetric Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP): Female urinary dysfunction, Managing complex female pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction & Pelvic organ prolaspe
Mummy MOT practitioner training & visceral mobilisation.
- Michelle Lyons: The obstetric pelvic
- Helen Keeble: The functional female pelvic floor
- Grainne Donnelly: The diastasis revolution: evidence based evaluation & management.
Julie Weibe: Treating & training the female athlete
Massage / Myofascial Release
2007 BTEC Level 4 Sport and remedial massage (London School of Sport Massage (LSSM))
2020 Myofascial Structural series (Myofascial Release UK)
Niki has trained with both the APPI and Polestar Pilates and became a fully certified Polestar matwork instructor in early 2019. She continues to develop her skills through CPD training including work by Juan Nieto, who has an emphasis on relearning natural movement to improve our hobbies, Claire Sparrow's pelvic health course and mentorship & the Franklin method.
I am a member of the professional network Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP) as well as a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).