Maria Elliott

Maria Elliott

Director

Maria Elliott is the founder of Simply Pelvic Health, Simply Women’s Health and The Mummy MOT. She has worked extensively in the field of Women’s Health for over 30 years and is one of the UK’s leading practitioners in women’s and men’s pelvic health. A Specialist Post Natal Chartered Physiotherapist and a Clinical Pilates instructor, she focuses on helping women and men achieve optimal pelvic health, balance through manual therapy, Rehab dynamic exercises, and functional rehabilitation.

Maria works closely with leading Pelvic Health London Consultants, experts in the field of biomechanics, urology, gynaecology, pain management and functional rehab to provide integrated recovery programmes for men and women. Maria offers Pelvic Pain Coaching and comprehensive psychological, health and pain support, combining advice on nutrition, exercise, mindfulness and breath work to aid full recovery.

Marta Kinsella

Marta Kinsella

Rehab / Mummy Mot

Marta Kinsella is a specialist rehabilitation physiotherapist treating a variety of conditions for both men and women. Marta believes and is passionate about women’s health conditions and with hard work and patience these ladies can return to good health post birth and or post trauma. She applies her knowledge to patients that are experiencing anything from rectus diastasis, prolapse and or incontinence, a customized multimodal rehabilitation and treatment program to each individual.

The rehabilitation programs aim to restore optimal strategies for transferring of loads through the abdominal centre and restore optimal function overall. She uses a variety of treatment techniques including joint and soft tissue mobilization, myofascial releases and Pilates specific tailored exercise programs. Marta introduces Pilates, specific core stability exercises and breathing techniques into her rehabilitation programs for treating the problem and lasting recovery. You will find Marta at 4 Upper Wimpole Street on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays.

Miti Rach

Miti Rach

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Miti is a pelvic health physiotherapist providing specialist physiotherapy treatment to women and men with pelvic floor dysfunction including bladder and bowel conditions, prolapse, prostate cancer and sexual pain.

Miti qualified as a physiotherapist 14 years ago and worked in various health settings internationally before completing a Masters degree in Rehabilitation (Continence) from University of Bradford in 2010 including both Women’s Health and Continence Programs.

Miti is very passionate about pelvic health and helping women and men improve their quality of life by educating them and providing tools to help empower them to achieve their goals.

Miti is a Chartered Physiotherapist and member of Indian Association of Physiotherapists and currently spends her time between working in the NHS and at 4 Wimpole Street alongside offering online support in India.

Outside of work, Miti enjoys volunteering and participating in various global outreach programs by Dr Patch Adams M.D of Gesundheit Institute, USA. (Clown therapy has broadened my outlook to learn from play how to care and enhanced my professional ability to care without being in a medical model). Miti is currently learning to fly and pursue a private pilots licence.

Kate Walsh

Kate Walsh

Specialist Physiotherapist Pelvic Health

Kate has gained extensive experience as a specialist physiotherapist in the field of pelvic health for 20 years within Merseyside and London.

She works both privately and in the  NHS, having recently been appointed as Physiotherapy Manager and clinical lead at The Women’s Hospital, Liverpool.

She combines her clinical role with teaching , lecturing on the undergraduate physiotherapy course at The University Of Liverpool and the post-graduate (Masters level) course at The University of Bradford. She is also a tutor for the POGP on their ano-rectal assessment/dysfunction course and the advanced management of complex pelvic pain course. Kate works closely with the Mummy MOT team and regularly assists during the training weekends. She also runs introductory day courses in vaginal assessment of the pelvic floor complex and ano-rectal examination for MEPS and is currently looking at developing further courses.

Teaching ensures that Kate’s clinical practice is both up to date and evidence-based, whilst her clinical role allows her teaching to be relevant to current clinical practice.

She is regularly invited to speak at national meetings and takes every opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of pelvic health within both the professional and public communities.

Her clinical caseload covers a broad spectrum of pelvic health and she has a special interest in functional bowel disorders, post-natal recovery and complex pelvic pain. She is a strong believer in the benefits of holisitic management,  treating the pelvis has a whole and not compartmentalising symptoms; recognising this as key to improved functional outcomes across the board for all patients.

John Sewell

John Sewell

Brand Ambassador & Head of News

Johns role as the brand ambassador is to help the MEPS Group based in Harley London to grow its 3 division’s into market-leading brands across the world.

At the forefront of that growth is  “The MummyMot” brand, which offers mothers an integrated recovery program to help their bodies recover from the trauma of childbirth.

MEPS works closely with PelviPower (Switzerland)and LPG (France) both revolutionary medical equipment companies who’s groundbreaking products helps make this happen.

Maria Elliot founder of the group is one of the world’s leading experts in Pelvic Health. Maria’s Mission is to help make the world, Dry and fertile.

Without question, Maria is the most inspirational Founder  I’ve ever worked with over the past 30 years.

Karen Marwood-Jones

Karen Marwood-Jones

Karen Marwood-Jones registered as a Medical, Surgical and Obstetric RGN in 1981 in Rotorua, New Zealand.  Post-graduation she worked in A & E and Delivery Suite at Rotorua General Hospital.

Karen travelled to Australia in 1983, working in Alice Springs Hospital in the Pediatric Unit, on occasions repatriating sick children to the Royal Adelaide Children’s hospital. She left Australia in 1985, travelled to London and worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit.  She has worked in Cardiac & General Intensive care for 24 years, her career has been extensively working in most of all the large private hospitals in London and NHS.  Karen has done charity work in Egypt and Malta in the 1990s before having children.

For the past 14 years, Karen has been working at 4 Upper Wimpole street for Vascular Surgeons and Cosmetic Reconstruction consultants.

Karen has had extensive training in Paris with experience on the LPG machine and PelviPower Chair.

Karen has 3 boys, all via LSCS and her second pregnancy resulted in twins.

She is passionate about helping women & men in the different stages/incidents in their lives, overcoming pain and discomfort to live a healthy, happy and pain-free life to its full extent.