Helen Keeble and Associates
Helen takes great pride in the team of specialist physiotherapists she is building. One team with one shared goal: to deliver friendly, holistic, individualised, evidence based top class pelvic health physiotherapy.
We currently have a combined clinical experience of over 33 years and strive to give every single patient full resolution of their problem – diagnosing the root cause and getting rid of it for good. This at times involves referring you to and working alongside other medical professionals in this field. A multi-disciplinary approach with excellent communication is best; we always aim for the most efficient recovery possible for you.
After your initial assessment or MOT, where a diagnosis can be made/confirmed, you will be offered an individualised treatment plan to specifically address your body and your goals.
Each team member is practiced in diagnosing and treating all pelvic health, joint, myofascial, nerve, ligament and muscular troubles, acute or chronic using the fully array of treatment techniques. Find out more about what can be treated and how.
As well as bringing you the best in pelvic health care, 2019 is bringing more exciting developments – Helen Keeble and Associates are delighted to have teamed up with BeAttitude – the local specialist women’s health club. On the horizon are specially designed workshops to educate and inform women in a fun way about the health issues that really matter to them, diastasis clinics and guest blogs. Find out more about our education for patients.
1 hour of 'you time' to assess and plan the best recovery for your body after pregnancy. This is an essential for any lady at any time that has had a pregnancy regardless of the mode of delivery or how long ago or if there are current symptoms or not.More info ...
Get your tummy back
learn how to truly get your tummy muscles back to how you want them. Also learn how to exercise them safely and close any gap that may still be present. Regardless of length of time of symptomsMore info ...
learn if your pelvic floor muscles (deep or superficial), pelvic organs, trigger points, nerves, pelvic joints or old scars (abdominal or pelvic), are the cause of your pain in the lead up to, during or after sexual intercourseMore info ...