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Physiotherapists in London or SE of UK

Postby James42 » Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:03 pm

Could anyone recommend any pyhsiotherapist in London or the South East of England who deal with Male PN/PNE.
Many thanks.
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Re: Physiotherapists in London or SE of UK

Postby molly » Mon Jan 14, 2013 6:49 pm

Hi James,

There is a pn aware physio in London called Maria Elliot,
I,m not sure she treats men but you could ring her and if she does,nt she will be able to put you in touch with somebody who does. She is very experienced and from what I,ve heard very hands on.

If you goggle her you will get her contact details.

Regards,

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Re: Physiotherapists in London or SE of UK

Postby helenlegs 11 » Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:40 am

Hi James, welcome to HOPE.
Here is a list for the UK James. http://www.pelvicphysiotherapy.com/manual-therapists
I can't personally recommend anyone, sorry. Maybe again you could ring around from the list as they will all be PN aware.
Take care,
Helen
Fall 2008. Misdiagnosed with lumber spine problem. MRN June 2010 indicated pudendal entrapment at Alcocks canal. Diagnosed with complex variant piriformis syndrome with sciatic, pudendal and gluteal entrapment's by Dr Filler 2010.Guided piriformis botox injection 2011 Bristol. 2013, Nerve conduction test positive; new spinal MRI scan negative, so diagnosed for the 4th time with pelvic nerve entrapment, now recognised as Sciatic, pudendal, PFCN and cluneal nerves at piriformis level.
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Re: Physiotherapists in London or SE of UK

Postby DrRuthJones » Mon May 20, 2013 11:08 pm

Hi there
Maeve & I have taught between us the folk on pelvicphysiotherapy.com. so check in there. Im teaching soon a course for male CPPS so there should be more PT working with guys. Since the book Leon & I published on Chronic Pelvic Pain: Practical Physical Medicine, more GP's & consultants are understanding & happier to refer to Physios & also suggest to them to read/ get hold of Fall et al 2010 European Guidelines on CPP. Hope that helps

You can contact me at drruthcjones@gmail.com Im currently working in Southampton.

Best wishes

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Re: Physiotherapists in London or SE of UK

Postby helenlegs 11 » Thu May 23, 2013 7:13 pm

Thank you for this additional information Dr Jones.
I keep posting the information and list of practitioners on Maeve Whelan's site, and am glad that there will be additions to this list soon as PN aware pelvic physiotherapy is something that almost everyone with chronic pelvic pain should visit. Obviously this will become so much easier when there are more resources for this :)
Saw two excellent reviews about your book, one from Jerry Hesch, who we know here.
I will endeavor to check it out.

take care,
Helen
Fall 2008. Misdiagnosed with lumber spine problem. MRN June 2010 indicated pudendal entrapment at Alcocks canal. Diagnosed with complex variant piriformis syndrome with sciatic, pudendal and gluteal entrapment's by Dr Filler 2010.Guided piriformis botox injection 2011 Bristol. 2013, Nerve conduction test positive; new spinal MRI scan negative, so diagnosed for the 4th time with pelvic nerve entrapment, now recognised as Sciatic, pudendal, PFCN and cluneal nerves at piriformis level.
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Re: Physiotherapists in London or SE of UK

Postby birdlife » Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:39 am

Hi Helen, can you repost that link as keep getting a 404 error? Have heard good things of Helen Keeble who i think is in Barnes in south London. Sessions with her are not as expensive as they would be in central London, eg with Maria Elliott. But has anyone found they can be referred to a pn-aware PT through the NHS (hopeful sigh)...
PN, possible entrapment at ischial spine -Dr.Natasha Curran, National Hospital for Neurology, London.
2 -Xray guided double nerve blocks -Dr.Baranowski - no relief.
TP self-massage reduced piriformis pressure on p nerve.
Dr.Greenslade/Bristol:
CT guided block (left) 16.7.12- success! Could sit without a cushion! On a brick wall!
06/2/13 - Sit pain gradually returned, L3. Offered further CT-guided block, or an op. Had to decline at time.
Feb '15. Applying to be referred again to Dr G.
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