Endometriosis

Endometriosis physiotherapy treatment in London, Pelvic physiotherapist specialised in endometriosis rehabilitation & pain during intercourse, at your home or at our practices in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia, Westminster SW1 and Clapham SW4

If you are an Axa or Bupa patient, you cannot book online. Please call our office with your authorisation number.

If you cannot find an appointment which suits you, call us or send us a message: we will do our best to find you a slot.


Endometriosis treatment with our pelvic physiotherapist in London specialised in endometriosis rehabilitation

Our pelvic physio has years of experience in treating endometriosis and has helped many women over the years to
reduce endometriosis pain and discomfort or pain during sex. After a thorough assessment of the cause(s) of your endometriosis, our pelvic physio will reduce your endometriosis symptoms using different pelvic floor rehabilitation and relaxation techniques, along with lifestyle advices and routine.

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a chronic, benign, inflammatory disease. It is influenced by hormones (as it’s oestrogen dependant) and so often changes around menstruation each month. It can unfortunately take a long time for to get a confirmed diagnosis, but a women’s health physiotherapist can help you with your symptoms during this time and after your diagnosis going forward.

Endometriosis can have a significant effect on women’s lives. Pain with your period every month impacts work and family life. Pain during sex and fear around possible infertility creates a vicious circle of pain and anxiety about symptoms and their impact.

Many women suffer in silence, but we are here to help and support you.

Endometriosis pain treatments and management with our physiotherapist to reduce pain during intercourse, painful periods and other endometriosis symptoms in London

At Mummy’s Physio London, our pelvic physiotherapists are some of the most experienced specialists in the treatment of pelvic floor and women’s health conditions such as endometriosis.

Our pelvic physios will be able to reduce endometriosis symptoms with tailored treatment techniques and efficient results, enabling you to self-manage your condition and daily symptoms. Pelvic physiotherapy for endometriosis will help you increase your wellbeing and stop related pain, trauma and therefore psychological consequences from consuming your quality of life.


Treat endometriosis related pain with pelvic physiotherapy in London at your home or at our practices in East London Moorgate EC2, Central London Belgravia Westminster SW1 and Clapham SW4 in South London

Our team of highly trained physiotherapists & osteopaths provide treatments at our practices in London:

  • Light Centre Belgravia near Victoria Station: 9 Eccleston Street, SW1W 9LX
  • Light Centre Moorgate near Moorgate, Monument Liverpool Street: 114 London Wall, EC2M 5QA
  • Make Me Feel Pharmacy Clapham between Clapham South Clapham Common: 25 Abbeville Road, SW4 9LA

Endometriose physiotherapy at home in London

Some of our patients cannot come to the practice due to busy schedule or prefer to be treated for endometriosis in the comfort of their home. That’s why our pelvic physio also offers endometriosis treatments at home, in London, via home visits or video consultations.

Our physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa registered & recognised (BUPA Global and BUPA UK), Axa registered & recognised (AXA International, AXA PPP), Cignaregistered & recognised and WPA registered & recognised

For endometriosis and pelvic pain rehabilitation in London, at the clinics or at your home: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765


Vaginismus

Women’s health physiotherapy can help you manage and improve symptoms of vaginismus with various techniques and exercises to mobilise your pelvic floor muscles.

Vulvodynia

Learn to identify your pelvic floor muscles with physiotherapy, strengthen and relax them with various methods of pelvic exercises and self-manage your symptoms at home.


Endometriosis symptoms and treatments with pelvic physiotherapy

What are the symptoms of endometriosis?

Common endometriosis symptoms include:

  • Bleeding between periods
  • Painful periods
  • Pain with intercourse
  • Pain with urination and/or bowel movements
  • Infertility

Endometriosis symptoms often start in the teenage years and become more noticeable as time progresses.

Endometriosis pain may be described as severe period pain, but otherwise patients feel completely well, or women may feel pain with their period initially which then progresses to being there more days of the month. Pain is felt in the vagina, bladder, bowel, and with intercourse. Other endometriosis symptoms can include bloating and migraines.

What can physiotherapy do to treat and relieve endometriosis symptoms?

Although there is currently no cure for endometriosis, symptoms often subside when women go through menopause. However, women’s health physiotherapy can help with pain relief, reducing the severity of symptoms, and improve day to day quality of life.

Endometriosis treatment includes:

  • Helping to optimise your pelvic floor function, working with you to understand the link between your pelvic floor, abdominal, hip and spinal movements.
  • How to relax and stretch these your pelvic muscles
  • Assessing and treating any related bladder and bowel symptoms.
  • Exercises and advice to help you become, and stay as mobile and active as possible; what activity to do when you have endometriosis pain.
  • Stress management techniques: – there is a link between relaxation and pelvic floor tightness and relaxing these muscles can help manage endometriosis pain
  • Advice on nutrition, exercise and self-care strategies.
  • Additional endometriosis treatment options may also include surgery and hormone treatment. Women’s health physiotherapists can help with your postoperative recovery.

If you have any questions about pelvic physiotherapy for endometriosis, contact our office on 0207 125 0262 or email us at info@mummysphysio.com.


If you are an Axa or Bupa patient, you cannot book online. Please call our office with your authorisation number.

If you cannot find an appointment which suits you, call us or send us a message: we will do our best to find you a slot.