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Patient Information


Welcome to the POGP patient information section.

Physiotherapists who work with pregnancy, postnatal, pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction are specialist practitioners who have the right skills, specific knowledge and training to assess and treat a range of conditions in the most appropriate way.

Many women and men’s health physiotherapists WORK in the NHS. Your GP will be able to advise you where your local specialist works and complete an NHS referral. 

If you would like suggestions on where to find your local NHS or private women and men's health physiotherapist you can contact us via our 'Contact Us' section of the website with brief details on your condition and postcode.

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Information Booklets

Patient Information Booklets

The POGP has produced a wide variety of information booklets on a range of conditions and topics in women and men’s health. The booklets have been written by qualified women and men’s health physiotherapists with reference to evidence and research where available and are UPDATED regularly.

Some of our most popular booklets for patients include:

Our booklets are mainly read only and not printable, but you can order booklets here.

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 Pelvic Health Physiotherapy: female urinary dysfunction – an entry level course  Wishaw, Scotland