Physiotherapists

Rosie Davie. Clinic Founder and Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Rosie graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2013 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and has worked in the National Health Service since graduating covering an a ray of specialised areas such as intensive care, stroke, orthopaedics. She has worked as a junior Obsetricts and Gynaecology Physiotherapist within Ayrshire and Arran in 2014 and went on to become a Senior Physiotherapist within Greater Glasgow and Clyde since 2016 in this specialised field and since has worked part time in 2018 to build her own private services within pelvic health.

Rosie has a very active history within sport in running, hockey and weight lifting. She is extremely passionate about what physical activity can do not only from a health perspective but improving ones mental health. She feels women are commonly told to give up certain exercises or being told to not return to certain formats due to pelvic health conditions and feels this is very mis-leading. The main reason behind the business forming.

Due to Rosie’s previous experience and interest working in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy and amateur rugby her knowledge goes beyond just the pelvic floor and this background allows her to individualise treatment to the individual in more of an holistic approach.

Rosie’s interest does not lie in one area of pelvic health. Within pelvic health she is interested in every patient walking through the door if it’s for pelvic pain, post natal pelvic floor recovery, diastasis or post operative hysterectomy recovery for a example she feels she can help you.

Rosie is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and Pelvic Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy Society.

Hannah Cullen. Doctor of Physiotherapy and Pilates Instructor

In 2015, Hannah started working in pelvic health as a personal trainer with pre and post natal training, with this she became increasingly interested in injuries and reasons why new mums may be held back to return to exercise. Hannah graduated in 2018 with first class honours in sport and exercise rehabilitation. After completing this course, she moved to Bristol to work in the NHS.

After just over a year of working full time, Hannah returned to Scotland to study a Doctorate in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University. She also qualified as a Mat Pilates instructor in 2019 and has since completed further training in clinical reformer and tower Pilates. Hannah has been running her own Pilates business since.

Hannah completed her Doctorate in Physiotherapy in summer 2023. Through previous work, studies and teaching Pilates, she became increasingly interested in pelvic health physiotherapy and completed a pelvic health placement within the NHS. Here, she worked with pregnancy patients with pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain and post natal patients who were symptomatic of pelvic floor dysfunction. She completed an audit looking into the biopsychosocial factors that may influence pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy and presented this to the NHS team she was rotating through.

Hannah knew early on in her doctorate that this was an area I would like to specialise in after seeing the positive results physiotherapy has on quality of life of women. Hannah is passionate about helping to empower individuals through education and movement.

Hannah has completed online specialist courses through pop up lift (prolapse management course) and attended the Mummy MOT Pelvic Floor Assessment Course in London to enhance my internal and external pelvic floor examination skills as well as learning about these during Rosie’s clinic sessions and working with patients here.

Hannahs knowledge from her sports rehabilitation and physiotherapy courses physiotherapy are the perfect fit to facilitate you in your pregnancy or post natal journey or if you have pelvic floor dysfunction to facilitate you and your journey to a better pelvic health.

Jenny Parkes. Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Jenny travelled down to Glasgow to begin her University studies in 2013, from the very north of Scotland – the Shetland isles. During her 4 years at Glasgow Caledonian University, her eyes were opened to the vast, exciting, and endless opportunities that a future career in Physiotherapy would provide.

Following graduation with a 1st class honours degree, Jennys first job was in NHS Grampian in Aberdeen. There she progressed and developed her skills to become a Specialist Musculoskeletal physiotherapist.

Soon after, an open door back to Glasgow became available where Jenny rotated through a variety of clinical settings, specialist fields and locations within NHS Lanarkshire. It is from here that Jenny first came across the world of Pelvic Health.

Jenny can truly say that she love her job as a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. Every day is different, dotting between obstetric and postnatal wards, gynaecology wards, outpatient obstetrics, musculoskeletal outpatients and outpatient uro/gynaecology. Jenny feels honoured and extremely grateful to provide a positive, proactive, empowering and optimistic service to patients with an aim to improve a woman’s invaluable quality of life!

Jenny strives to be an effective educator, facilitating women to be listened to, their symptoms to be acknowledged and providing them with an optimistic future.

Being an active runner/crossfitter/weight trainer, Jenny also has a personal interest into guiding a safe return to exercise postpartum.

All of the team meet regularly to develop skills and knowledge to ensure they can provide the best, up to date care for patients.

Other Team Members

Emily Davie. Freelance consultant/ clinic manager role.

Nicole Lawson. Pelvic health physiotherapist with specialist interest in c-section massage, scar therapy and healing.

Sarah Winskill
Sarah Harrower
Rebecca Francis