“Rosie was lovely & reassuring. I feel so much better after months of worry. Thanks so much! I’m looking forward to getting back to fitness & knowing I’ll be able to run around after my little one. Which until yesterday I didn’t think would be possible after a rubbish time postpartum! Would definitely recommend the mummy MOT for anyone who’s concerned after a tricky birth”

Rosie qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2013 having completed a degree in Sports Science at Oxford Brookes University followed by a Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Essex.

Since qualifying she has worked in the NHS, private sector and at major sporting events, gaining a wealth of experience and knowledge. 

Rosie is a specialist pelvic health physiotherapist having helped hundreds of women in their pregnancy and postnatally. She has a particular interest in helping women feel confident in returning to exercise and movement post birth without the presence of pelvic floor dysfunction. She feels that physiotherapy should be a standardized service for women during this time in their lives. 

Rosie is a trained and very experienced Mummy MOT practitioner and offers this appointment and the Pregnancy MOT appointment in clinic. She has also trained and become certified as an APPI matwork and reformer Pilates instructor as well as a Yoga Alliance 200YTTC instructor and applies both movement techniques and principles to her practice.

She is very competent at helping women during their pregnancy too, to settle any aches and pains and maintain a level of function and exercise during their pregnancy. She loves seeing people using exercise to help improve their physical and mental well-being.

Rosie has an avid interest in a variety of sports; land and water based. You’ll often catch her swimming at Henleaze lake – even through the winter, trying to improve her surfing skills at The Wave, sailing in Devon, skiing in the alps, walking and practicing yoga when she gets the chance too!