Specialisms: Women’s health / Antenatal care / Postnatal care / Men’s health
Sarah qualified from St George’s Medical School, London in 2009 as a physiotherapist.
After leaving university, she went travelling for almost a year, where she spent a month in an orphanage in Cambodia working with severely disabled children.
Her first physiotherapy job was at a hospital in Surrey, followed by a senior position at Ealing Hospital working in the community for four years before heading to New York to gain a physio licence but was unsuccessful, so her career brought her back to the UK teaching reformer Pilates alongside MSK physio across two clinics in Surrey and south west London where her interest in pelvic health and pregnancy was sparked.
She’s now a qualified western medicine acupuncturist (BMAS) and a Physio in Obstetric, Gynae and Pelvic Health (POGP) member, continuing her professional development to further understand the area and offer her patients this expertise.
She said: “My passions are improving pelvic health awareness and getting/keeping mums-to-be fit.
“I love nothing more than getting my patients back to it, should things go wrong!”
Sarah is also trained in male pelvic health and sexual function and her goal at KTB is to spread the pelvic health net wide by kicking the taboos around men’s health.
Outside of work, she’s a keen climber, which makes her aware of how important sport can be.