Helen Keeble is a highly experienced and passionate pelvic health physiotherapist. Helen has been working in this field since 2008 and has never looked back! Helen is the Clinical Lead & Director at pH physiotherapy, a prestigious pelvic health physiotherapy company that treats men and women across London & Dublin.

Helen is currently based mostly in Dublin but moves around the UK & Ireland often to spread the word and increase the awareness and knowledge of pelvic health. Helen has been providing post-graduate tutoring for the POGP since 2015. The POGP is the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy and the UK’s official affiliate to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. In 2019, Helen also wrote and began delivering her own course – The Functional Female Pelvic Floor. Click here to find out more about education for professionals.

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Helen has worked with female athletes from all backgrounds, to the complete beginner to elite. Professional sports women that Helen has worked with include those from; power lifting, running, tennis, football, rugby, crossfit, athletics and olympic weight lifting.

Helen was impressively chosen to be one of the official physiotherapists at the London 2012 olympics, has worked at Queen’s Tennis Club (London) and has also taken up an 18month residency in a large London crossfit gym. As a keen exerciser herself, Helen gets it. She knows how important movement, activity and exercise can be to your life and of course all the health benefits that come along with it. Women need to exercise and their pelvic health should not be a barrier to this. Helen is also a qualified CrossFit Level One Trainer.

When not in clinic, mentoring her team or educating other physiotherapists, Helen can be found on social media doing her bit to raise the profile of pelvic health, especially within exercise. Helen has also contributed to published articles, podcasts and conferences. Helen loves speaking about pelvic health and will take any opportunity to do so! Click here to find out more about education for public and here to see her previous PR and media involvement.

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