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Empowering New Mums: Personalised Postnatal Physio by Rosa Get 60% Off Your Initial Assessment

Welcome to Health by Science! I’m Rosa, your Women’s Health Physiotherapy Specialist. After welcoming your new baby, it’s important to understand how to support your body through recovery and embrace postpartum fitness. If you need help managing postnatal pelvic floor issues or easing postpartum discomfort, you’ve come to the right place.

My expert postnatal Physiotherapy services are tailored to meet your specific needs, offering guidance and support to help you feel confident and healthy during this transformative period.

You are welcome to bring any children you have with you to the appointment. Use the code “PELVICHEALTH” at checkout to get 60% off your initial assessment. Let’s navigate this rewarding journey together with specialized care and personalized exercise programs that focus on your pelvic health and overall comfort.

Postnatal Physiotherapy

Who is Pelvic Health Physiotherapy For?

Postnatal Pelvic Health Physio services are tailored for new mothers who are focused on recovering and maintaining an active lifestyle after childbirth. Whether you are in the early stages of postpartum recovery or a few months down the line, these services address a variety of needs related to pelvic girdle pain, urinary incontinence, and overall pelvic floor muscle health. 

Our specialised Physiotherapy support is ideal for women looking to alleviate discomfort, prevent further complications, and regain their physical fitness post-pregnancy.

These services are instrumental in helping mothers restore pelvic function and strength after childbirth. Our aim is to provide personalized care to all new mothers, equipping them with the knowledge and tools necessary for a confident and comfortable postpartum journey.



We provide personalised treatments and supportive care to effectively manage and alleviate Pelvic Girdle Pain.



Tailored exercises and techniques to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, helping to manage and alleviate Urinary Incontinence



Exercises and strategies designed to enhance Pelvic Floor Health and support overall wellbeing.

Free Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Assessment

Pelvic Health Physio services are tailored specifically for new mothers who are focused on regaining their strength and well-being after childbirth. Whether you are in the early stages of postnatal recovery or further along, these services address a variety of postnatal needs, including pelvic girdle pain, urinary incontinence, and overall pelvic floor muscle health.

Our specialized Physiotherapy support is perfect for women who wish to alleviate postnatal discomfort, prevent long-term complications, and enhance their physical fitness. This care is instrumental in restoring pelvic function and strength, helping you return to your pre-pregnancy fitness levels. 

Postnatal Physiotherapy
Postnatal Physiotherapy

Once you’ve completed the form, you have two options to proceed. You can book a call with me, Rosa, to discuss your symptoms in more detail and how Physiotherapy can help.
Alternatively, you can visit our clinic in Leith for a more indepth assessment for just £30 (normally £70) During this in-person evaluation, I will assess your pelvic health through a physical examination and discuss your symptoms thoroughly.

Our goal is to provide you with the understanding, reassurance, and confidence you need to improve your quality of life. By identifying the root causes of your discomfort, we can tailor a specific treatment plan suited to your needs. Don’t let pelvic pain dictate your life—take the first step towards relief by starting your free assessment today.

Postnatal Physiotherapy

Meet Rosa: Your Dedicated Women's Health Physiotherapy Specialist

Hello! My name is Rosa, and I am passionate about helping new mothers navigate the journey of postnatal recovery and wellness. Here’s a snapshot of me pushing through the final stretch of the Aberfeldy Half Iron Man. I understand the unique physical challenges that come after childbirth, and my goal is to support moms in regaining strength and confidence through tailored exercises and movement.

My enthusiasm for the science of movement led me to study an MSc in Physiotherapy, graduating with distinction. Since then, I have specialized in Musculoskeletal (MSK) and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy, focusing on the specific needs of postnatal women. I gained invaluable experience as a senior MSK physiotherapist in the NHS in Manchester, and I currently work as an Advanced Practitioner Physiotherapist in Pelvic Health in NHS Lothian. At Health by Science, I bring this wealth of knowledge and expertise to support my clients’ postnatal health journeys.

In addition, I am currently undergoing my Mummy MOT certification, a specialist postnatal assessment that helps mothers address any physical issues resulting from pregnancy and childbirth.

To further enhance my skills, I have completed additional courses from the Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine. I am also actively involved with a research team run by Keele University that explores pain science and activity pacing. I am excited to collaborate with you on your journey to optimal health and well-being, using my expertise and experience every step of the way.


Our 4-Step Process


We start by creating a personalised plan.


Put your plan into practice with small actionable tasks.


Reflect and ensure you’re on the right path.


Learn and make adjustments as needed.

How Much Do Physiotherapists Charge Per Hour in the UK?

Physiotherapy pricing across the UK can fluctuate from anywhere between £50 to over £100 depending on various factors such as the experience of the therapist, the geographical location, and the specific type of therapy needed. At Health by Science Physiotherapy Edinburgh, we pride ourselves on offering competitive hourly rates that ensure our clients receive the highest quality of care without sacrificing affordability.

To accommodate different needs and provide value, we’re excited to offer a 60% discount on your first appointment using code POSTNATAL at checkout.

What Does Pelvic Girdle Pain Feel Like?

Pelvic girdle pain (PGP) postpartum can manifest in various ways, affecting each individual differently. Often, PGP is described as a persistent or intermittent pain in the pelvic region, which may radiate to the lower back, hips, groin, and thighs. Some women compare the sensation to a dull ache, while others experience sharp, shooting pains.

The discomfort is often exacerbated by specific movements, such as walking, climbing stairs, standing on one leg, or turning over in bed. In severe cases, even simple tasks like getting dressed or lifting light objects can become challenging. The pain may also be accompanied by a clicking or grinding sensation in the pelvic joints. It’s important to recognize these symptoms and seek appropriate care to manage and alleviate PGP effectively.

A few facts about our Physiotherapy Edinburgh…

We’re always looking for ways we can improve, which is why we ask for feedback from our Physiotherapy patient’s at every opportunity. And here’s what they say…

Patient's who achieve their rehab goals.
Patients who immediately feel better.
Patient's who only need 3 sessions.
Patients who improve their confidence.

Is it Worth Paying for Private Physio?

Investing in private Physiotherapy Edinburgh offers several benefits, including shorter waiting times, longer treatment sessions, and access to a wider range of therapies. With our personalised care plans, the value you receive goes beyond the session, equipping you with knowledge and tools for sustained wellbeing.

Postnatal Physiotherapy
Postnatal Physiotherapy

Can You Get Physio Free on the NHS?

Yes, you can access Physiotherapy services for free through the NHS. However, waiting times can vary, and you may have limitations on the number of sessions. At Health by Science Physiotherapy Edinburgh, we provide an alternative for those seeking immediate assistance or requiring more specialised care.

When Should I Be Concerned About Pelvic Pain?

Experiencing pelvic pain after childbirth can be fairly common, but it’s crucial to recognise when professional advice is necessary. If your pelvic pain is intense, ongoing, or accompanied by symptoms such as vaginal bleeding, fever, or unusual discharge, you should seek medical help immediately. Moreover, if the pain is greatly impacting your ability to carry out daily tasks, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional without delay.

Postnatal Physiotherapy
Postnatal Physiotherapy

How to Fix Pelvic Pain?

Managing and alleviating pelvic pain post pregnancy requires a multifaceted approach, often involving both lifestyle modifications and professional interventions. Effective strategies include education and pain management techniques, exercises and lifestyle modifications.

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