Mrs Lee Bailey BSc (Hons ) Physiotherapy MCSP MHCPC
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council PH110884
Women's Health and Pelvic Physiotherapist
Lee qualified from the University of Hertfordshire gaining a 1 st Class Honours degree in Physiotherapy. She first began working in the NHS at the Royal Berkshire Hospital where she developed an interest in Women’s Health Physiotherapy and decided to make this her career specialism. She joins Core Body Clinic as a Women’s Health Physiotherapist. Lee is passionate about helping women recover from gynaecological surgery and also support women throughout pregnancy and post-partum. Lee strongly believes every women should be afforded the opportunity to return to fitness and regain control of their pelvic floor after having a baby or undergoing surgery. Lee understands the immense physical and emotional strain that pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic girdle pain can place on the body and she is committed to working with women to achieve their goals. Lee uses a plethora of techniques including rehabilitation, trigger point and pelvic manual therapy.
Lee also has extensive experience and an interest in Neurological Rehabilitation, helping patients recover from a stroke, neurological disease or head injury.
She combines her rehabilitation knowledge with hands on techniques enabling her to also deliver massage and sports massage therapy to assist with recovery.
Rachel Mealyer BSc (Hons) MSST
Graduate Sports Therapist and Women's Health Practitioner
Rachel is a graduate from University of Chichester and holds a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy. She is also a member of the Society of Sports Therapists. She has extensive experience in sport and exercise therapy having worked with Beaconsfield FC as their sports therapist providing pitch side treatment, soft tissue therapies and rehabilitation to players. In addition, she has is well known to local trampolining and gymnastic clubs treating their squad gymnasts, coaches and parents.
Rachel is qualified to assess and diagnose problems affecting the musculoskeletal system (i.e. joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons). She sees both sporting and non-sports related injuries. Having a special interst in Women's Health and Pelvic pain, Rachel is also qualified to assess and treat problems affecting the pelvic floor, including: pregnancy pre and post partum; incontinence; pain during sex; and pelvic pain (pain in the pelvis, vaginissmus). She has been trained by the well known Dr Ruth Jones.
Outside of work Rachel enjoys keeping active, horse riding and playing lacrosse. She is also a hockey player for Sonning Hockey Club.