About me

No one understands a woman’s body better than a woman herself.

lyons3I have always been a firm believer in integrative healthcare. For over twenty five years, I have specialized in women’s health, with a distinct focus on helping other women live a healthy, happy life. My philosophy is based on my experience as a healthcare practitioner, my specialised background in orthopaedics &women’s health physiotherapy, integrative healthcare, and as a woman. To paraphrase Dr Christiane Northrup, I have spent a long time studying all the things that can go wrong with a women’s body, now I want to focus on what can help things go right.

I have over two decades of experience as a chartered physiotherapist. I am on the teaching & course development faculty of Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute in the U.S. and I was an item writer for the PRPC certification exam.

I have also been a lecturer for the Pelvic Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy Association in the U.K. on their pregnancy/MSK courses and was Clinical Lead on their advanced pelvic floor course.








I blog and teach online for Medbridge Education and have collaborated with both the Integrative Pelvic Health Institute and Burrell Education on a number of live and online women’s health educational programmes.

I have a deep appreciation of integrative healthcare – using food, herbs, yoga, pilates and mind body techniques to help women transition to health. I have presented at the International Herbal Symposium, the New England Women’s Herbal Conference and the Wise Woman Weekend.


In 2013 I co-founded the Women’s Health Physiotherapy group, which now has over 5000 members from all over the world; an abstract looking at the role of the group/social media in promoting women’s health was accepted for WCPT in 2015. Recently, I founded a specialised group for clinicians, Global Pelvic Physio, which has over 1000 members

Although I joke that I live at the airport, I divide my time between the US and Ireland. With a busy international and online schedule, I also find time to indulge my passion for cooking, reading, shopping for more books and reading some more!


As well as offering private consultations, I also offer independent courses/presentations for both healthcare professionals and communities on all aspects of female and male pelvic health (bladder, bowel, sexual health, pelvic pain), pelvic health for athletes, pregnancy & post partum, and oncology rehab (CLICK UPCOMING EVENTS), as well as a consulting/ mentoring service to clinics internationally who wish to start or grow their pelvic rehab, women’s health or oncology rehab programmes. (CLICK WORK WITH ME)



Recent Posts

Pelvic Health at Menopause

After menopause, more than half of women may have vulvovaginal symptoms that can impact their lifestyle, emotional well being and sexual health. What’s more, the symptoms tend to co-exist with issues such as prolapse, urinary and/or bowel problems. But unfortunately many women aren’t getting the help they need, despite a growing body of evidence that … Continue reading Pelvic Health at Menopause

Gynae Cancer Awareness and IPPS in Chicago this October!

I’ve just come back from a gorgeous trip to Paris – the sun was shining but the leaves were turning and all the shops had signs up for ‘La Rentree’, that ‘re-entry’ period signalling the end of summer, time to think about school and a returning to learning. Speaking of learning: Did you know that … Continue reading Gynae Cancer Awareness and IPPS in Chicago this October!

Optimal Health after Hysterectomy – Online Course

For Every Woman Who Needs to Know and Every Women’s Wellness Professional Serving the Hysterectomy Patient At the most recent calculation, 1.2 million women a year underwent a Hysterectomy procedure worldwide.  With a figure of 55,000 in the UK and just over 500,000 in the USA.  Why women undergo this procedure is as varied as … Continue reading Optimal Health after Hysterectomy – Online Course

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