Articles by Gráinne Donnelly & Emma Brockwell
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Pelvic Health Physiotherapists
Gráinne Donnelly is an Advanced Physiotherapist in pelvic health and an aspiring researcher. She is involved in researching perinatal exercise and diastasis recti and is passionate about assisting the translation and application of research into clinical practice. She is an honorary member of the Perinatal Physical Activity Research Group at Canterbury Christchurch University and a Specialist Advisor on the Active Pregnancy Foundation. She is also the area rep for Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy in N. Ireland and the Communications Officer for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy N. Ireland Board. Emma Brockwell is a Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. She treats women of all ages, with all women’s health related conditions. She is passionate about pre and postnatal rehabilitation and exercise. Emma specialises in enabling women back to exercise, particularly running and netball if they have any pelvic health dysfunction or are postnatal. She has co-authored the first ‘Returning to Running Postnatal Guidelines’ and has spoken about this subject at many medical and exercise conferences. Emma has written for many magazines including, “Women’s Running” and “Women’s Health” magazine and has recently released a book in February 2021 called, ‘Why did no one tell me? How to heal, protect and nurture your body through motherhood.’
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