Osteopath, special interest in Women's Health, Pelvic Health, Post Natal Care
Tuesdays 8am - 7pm
Wednesdays 9am - 7pm
Fridays 8am - 7pm
Victoria has been working at Southcote since 2018, starting out in our studio as a Yoga Instructor/Therapist and then joining the clinic as an Osteopath in 2021. Victoria treats a range of patients of all ages. She has recently qualified as a Mummy MOT Practitioner and now has a service offering specialist postnatal examination for women following both vaginal and C-section deliveries
Victoria’s approach to patient care comes from a background in movement therapy, Yoga therapy, Massage and a keen interest in the Biopsychosocial approach to healthcare. As allied health professionals, Osteopaths are highly trained to assess, diagnose and treat a range of conditions. Victoria uses a myriad of treatment approaches, each personally designed with the patients’ needs in mind.
In her spare time, Victoria really enjoys adventuring with her partner in their Camper Van which they are currently renovating from scratch to include a bathroom and kitchen. She’d love to talk to you about this – feel free to ask her in clinic.
About Mummy MOT
A Mummy MOT is a specialist postnatal examination for women following both vaginal and C-section deliveries. It will assess how your posture, pelvic floor muscles and stomach muscles are recovering after childbirth. Victoria will provide you with gentle exercises and treatment to help with your recovery – and get you back on track with your fitness goals. Mums need to bend, squat and lift so we provide clinical postnatal care and functional exercises for female clients following birth (no matter how long ago).
1 hour assessment
What you get:
Full postural screen.
Pelvic floor muscle assessment.
Abdominal muscle exam to check for any separation.
Screening for bladder, bowel or sexual dysfunction.
Treatment in clinic
Education and advice on safe activities such as lifting your baby or pushing a buggy.
Bespoke rehabilitation programme with your goals and lifestyle factors in mind.
Written report of the findings of your assessment.