Your Pelvic Health – Getting Fit For Life

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist in Bath

Kate Charlesworth

Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist MCSP, Grad Dip Phys. POGP


Kate Charlesworth is a fully qualified Physiotherapist, specialising in pelvic health, with over 20 years experience both in the NHS and privately.

Kate is passionate about her work and works with warmth, dedication, commitment and respect.

Her coaching style approach is functional, practical and goal orientated.

Pelvic health problems can occur at any time of life for both women and men.


Whether your need is:

  • gynaecological – incontinence, prolapse, pain, post-operative and post cancer treatment
  • pregnancy related musculoskeletal – bladder, bowel or pelvic floor dysfunction
  • ante-natal or post-natal – muscle imbalance
  • dyspareunia – painful sex both midlife and post natal
  • incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain or constipation
  • prostate – preparation for & rehabilitation after prostate surgery, pelvic pain & bladder urgency

Your pelvic fitness is key, and Kate can help you with assessment, treatment and advice for your rehabilitation.

It’s important to note that pelvic health physiotherapy can alleviate and in many cases cure these symptoms.

Moving forward, you will be given advice and lifestyle guidance on good habit formation for diet & exercise, plus support throughout your rehabilitation. 

Of Kate, her clients and colleagues regularly comment that:
“Kate is a diligent, professional and supportive practitioner”.

She is passionate about helping people get fit for life and regularly communicates with local and globally based consultants, keeping up to date with the latest research & guidelines in relation to pelvic health. Kate regularly gives presentations and is available to speak at both conferences and small groups.

Kate is a mum, lives in Wiltshire and in her private time she loves to walk her dog ‘Jeff’,  practice Tai Chi, sing, dance and enjoys being creative.

When asked about her new collaboration with Stillpoint, Kate said ” I am delighted to have been invited to work with Stillpoint and deliver pelvic health physiotherapy as an addition to their excellent portfolio of services, I am looking forward to being creative with ideas to bring more and varied services to both men and women in this area.

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