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GEORGINA BAILEY PHYSIOTHERAPY

Specialist care for Pelvic and Pelvic Floor disorders.
Empowering women to manage their bladder, bowel and pelvic pain problems.

Having graduated in Physiotherapy from Cardiff University in 2007, Georgina trained under some exceptional Women’s Health Physiotherapists within the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and her passion was ignited to help women overcome pelvic health problems.  

Since then she has worked within both the NHS and Private Practice as both a musculoskeletal and women’s health physiotherapist.  

Having worked closely with Integrated continence services, she has extensive knowledge of treating bladder and bowel dysfunction, working from a holistic perspective to help ladies manage their symptoms.

Georgina has a special interest in treating chronic pelvic pain, has had the opportunity to work alongside leading UK Pelvic Pain Consultants and has completed postgraduate study in this area.

She also has a passion for helping mums keep active during pregnancy and postnatal mums return to exercise safely and confidently and enjoys keeping fit herself (where her toddler allows her to).  Georgina offers Mummy MOT assessments; a detailed  postnatal physiotherapy assessment of the abdominal and pelvic area.

Her approach to treatment combines pelvic health physiotherapy approaches including pelvic floor muscle retraining and manual pelvic floor therapy, with external musculoskeletal assessment and treatment; incorporating the whole body into rehabilitating the problem area.

Georgina also uses acupuncture within her practice for treating pelvic girdle pain/symphysis pubis dysfunction, overactive bladder or bowel conditions and chronic pelvic pain.

She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

PELVIC FLOOR AND GYNAECOLOGICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY

Conditions we treat:

  • Bladder urgency or incontinence 

  • Stress urinary incontinence

  • Bowel urgency or incontinence 

  • Obstructed defecation symptoms - difficulty emptying your bowels

  • Mild to moderate Vaginal prolapse 

  • Constipation 

  • Menopausal symptoms 

  • Preparation for or recovery from gynaecological surgery

  • Pelvic pain


Treatments we offer:

  • Pelvic floor muscle exercise training

  • Lifestyle advice and education 

  • Bladder or bowel retraining 

  • Biofeedback and neuromuscular electrical muscle stimulation  

  • Internal and external soft tissue treatment  

  • External pelvic musculoskeletal assessment and treatment

  • Acupuncture for overactive bladder or bowel conditions

ANTENATAL PHYSIOTHERAPY

Conditions we treat: 

  • Pelvic girdle pain or symphysis pubis dysfunction 

  • Lower back pain 

  • Abdominal muscle or pelvic floor muscle weakness 

  • Incontinence during pregnancy  


Treatments we offer: 

  • Acupuncture for pain relief during pregnancy 

  • Manual therapy 

  • Pilates based core muscle strengthening

  • Pelvic floor exercise training

  • Advice on maternity and pelvic support belts 

  • Advice on sleeping positions/exercise and movement modification

POSTNATAL PHYSIOTHERAPY

HERE FOR YOU

Helping you to manage pelvic floor problems postnatally.  Please don't suffer in silence if you experience any: 

 

  • Bladder or bowel weakness 

  • Vaginal Prolapse

  • Pain from perineal scar tissue 

  • Obstetric anal sphincter injury

  • Need advice on safe return to exercise 

  • Caesarean section recovery or scar tissue problems 

  • Abdominal muscle separation (diastasis rectus abdominus)

  • Lower back or Pelvic pain  

THE MUMMY MOT 


The UK's most comprehensive postnatal assessment to ensure your body gets as much care as you baby.

 

We offer a thorough postnatal assessment of your posture, tummy gap and pelvic floor muscles.  We can then provide personalised exercise, treatment and advice to help you meet your goals after having a baby.

Suitable from 6 weeks after delivery.

What is common, but not normal after childbirth?:

  • It's not normal to leak when you cough or run

  • It's not normal to have pain during sex

  • It's not normal to have a large gap in your tummy muscles

  • It's not normal to have ongoing pelvic pain or constipation               

For more information visit:

https://themummymot.com/

CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN

WHAT IS CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN (CPP)?

CPP IS A COMMON PAIN CONDITION, WITH A PREVALENCE SIMILAR TO THAT OF LOWER BACK PAIN.  PATIENTS; BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, MAY EXPERIENCE PELVIC OR LOWER ABDOMINAL PAIN, BLADDER IRRITATION, OR PRESSURE/PAIN AROUND THE PERINEUM THAT MAKES IT DIFFICULT TO SIT DOWN, EXERCISE OR HAVE SEX COMFORTABLY.  

We provide a holistic approach to treating pelvic pain conditions including:

  • Bladder Pain syndrome/interstitial cystitis

  • Pain associated with endometriosis

  • Vulvodynia (vulval pain)

  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)

  • Vaginismus

  • Coccydynia (coccyx pain)


Treatments we offer:

  • Pain management advice and education

  • Internal and external soft tissue treatment

  • Dietary/lifestyle modification 

  • Exercise prescription 

  • Relaxation 

  • Acupuncture 

  • Graded exercise training

  • Breath re-education

Contact Us

Appointments are available at 'InsideOut Wellness Centre' in Mold.

InsideOut Wellness Centre, Mold Business Park, Unit 25, Wrexham Road, Mold, CH7 1XP

 

 

 

Georgina Bailey Physiotherapy is a Patient Support Partner of the Reproductive Health Group.  There is a 10% discount for clients of Partners, off the cost of an initial fertility or gynaecology consultation at the Centre for Reproductive Health

https://www.reproductivehealthgroup.co.uk/

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