Meet the team
Helen Keeble BSc (Hons), MPOGP, MCSP, MHCPC
HCPC Reg No: PH82012
CORU Reg No: PT037371
Helen begun her passion for pelvic health back in 2008 whilst working at The Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust. Helen has always adopted a very caring and down to earth approach with her treatments and ensures that all care plans are tailor made to each individual.
Helen took a part time step into the private healthcare sector of pelvic health in 2010 whilst still maintaining her senior position in the NHS.
As well a being able to treat any problem in and around the pelvis, as well as the body as a whole, Helen is trained in visceral release and mobilisation, and often she will also use acupuncture/dry needling to further aid the recovery process.
Helen fully committed to her private practise in South West London in 2012. In this same year she was also very impressively chosen to be one of the official physiotherapists for the London Olympics. Helen is extremely passionate about women’s health in sport.
Since 2015, in between her full time clinical caseload, Helen provides post-graduate training with the POGP (UK’s official specialist physiotherapy interest group for pelvic health – http://pogp.csp.org.uk) to other physiotherapists around the UK & Ireland.
Helen qualified in the thoracic ring approach and the integrated systems model in 2013 (for more info:http://dianelee.ca/integrated-systems-model.php) and has since been chosen to assist teaching LJ Lee and Diane Lee on their courses (https://learnwithdianelee.com/about/)
Helen also loves Crossfit (https://www.crossfit.com) and is a certified level one Crossfit trainer.
Helen manages and mentors the team who work in London acting as clinical lead. In Dublin, Helen is the Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist heading up the pelvic health team in the prestigious Blackrock Clinic (https://www.blackrock-clinic.ie/)
You can book into see Helen in Dublin by ringing Blackrock Physio reception on 01 206 4364 (if in Ireland) or or add 00353 to the start of the number if ringing from outside Ireland.
Natalia Vasquez BSc, MSc (Hons), MCSP, MHCPC
HCPC Reg no: PH95943
Natalia is a passionate and committed physiotherapist with experience and great interest in pelvic health and neurological pelvic dysfunction. After graduating with a First Class degree in Physiotherapy, Natalia gained a Master’s in Clinical Neuroscience at University College London and immediately started her clinical research into neurogenic bladder and pelvic dysfunction. Her research, training and academic experience led her to successfully implement and consolidate a Specialist Pelvic Physiotherapy Clinic at the London Spinal Cord Injury Centre, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Natalia’s multi-disciplinary experience in pelvic dysfunction due to neurological injury and disease motivated her to extend her practice to the general population in the private sector. Whether in the NHS or in the private sector, Natalia has a holistic and compassionate approach and she puts everything into her practice. Her clinical experience is focused in the re-education, biofeedback and manipulation of the abdominal and pelvic floor musculature for men and women suffering from a wide range of conditions including idiopathic and neurogenic bladder dysfunction, bladder and pelvic pain, urinary and/or faecal incontinence, ano-rectal and sexual dysfunction. Outside of work, Natalia loves to practice Yoga and meditation which she also uses and practices with her patients. she also enjoys running and cooking for family and friends. Most of all, Natalia cherishes spending quality time with her daughter.
You can book in to see Natalia;
Every Monday 9:00-17:00 and
alternate Thursdays 9:00-16:00
Jennie Hughes BSc (Hons), MSCP, MPOGP
HCPC reg no: PH102355
Jennie graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree. After completing her time as a junior she went on to specialise in Muscuoloskeletal physiotherapy and became a senior physiotherapist at St George’s Hospital. After completing a rotation in Women’s Health she soon realised this is where her passion lay and further specialised in Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapy.
Jennie is passionate about treating pelvic floor dysfunctions in both males and females. She is experienced in treating pelvic floor dysfunctions including urinary and bowel continence problems, overactive bladder, prolapse, ante-natal and post-natal problems, perineal tears, scar massage (tears and C-Section) and pre/post prostactectomies. Jennie is also trained in treating more specialist problems such as sexual dysfunction, vulvodynia/vaginismus and painful sex which she treats through education and advice, manual therapy, myofascial release techniques and stretches.
Having experience in pelvic floor physiotherapy and APPI Pilates training, Jennie’s approach is specifically patient centred, working together with her patients to optimize their outcomes by targeting treatments to achieve their goals and functional requirements. Jennie applies her musculoskeletal background to pelvic health issues treating both ante-natal and post-natal women for specific, pregnancy-related, musculoskeletal pain conditions.
She is an associate member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapist (POGP), a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and is registered with the Health & Care Professionals Council (HCPC).
In her spare time Jennie loves to spend time with her family and friends exploring new places in London. She keeps fit with Spinning and Pilates.
You can book into see Jennie;
Every Friday 8:00-16:00
Esther O'Connor BSc (Hons), MCSP, MPOGP
HCPC reg no: PH107641
Esther has worked as a physiotherapist since 2010. After working in private practices across New Zealand and Australia, she made the move to London in 2015. Esther has a well-rounded and holistic approach when treating her patients. While in Australia, Esther trained in both Polestar and APPI Pilates. She developed an interest in pelvic health early in her career after taking Pilates classes for the ante/post-natal population. This led her to study more about women’s health physiotherapy.
In 2018, Esther completed her post graduate certificate in continence at the University of Bradford. This solidified her skills and gave her an in-depth knowledge on pelvic health physiotherapy. In 2019, Esther took up a team lead in pelvic health post at Homerton hospital and now divides her time between private practice and NHS work.
Esther is confident in treating women for all pelvic floor dysfunctions including urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and vulval pain. She is also passionate about getting women back to exercise after giving birth, particularly returning to running.
When not working, she enjoys cycling around London, hiking and socialising with friends.
You can book in to see Esther on alternate Saturdays 9:00-16:30