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    About Me

    Women’s Physiotherapy Reigate is run by Jessica Higton. Jessica has 24 years clinical experience, and has held senior and lead roles in both the NHS and the private sector. She is a member of the following professional bodies.

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    My Story

    After working for a number of years as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist, I became increasingly aware of the impact a poorly functioning pelvic floor can have on musculoskeletal conditions, particularly low back pain and wanted to learn more. Through independent study, training and post-graduate courses I discovered how important the pelvic floor is for good health, but also how often it is neglected. Women's health and musculoskeletal conditions often overlap and my in-depth knowledge of both areas allow me to assess and treat them together, a huge advantage for my clients. I am also qualified to use acupuncture as part of my practice. 

    I am mindful that women's health conditions can be embarrassing and upsetting and I manage this sensitively. I work in a bespoke clinic which is a safe, private and relaxed space. For more details on the location please go to contact
     

    I moved to Reigate in 2010 with my husband and started my family here. I have three children aged 13, 10 and 7. Aside from all things women's health I love gardening, running and having a coffee and a chat with friends.

    Membership of professional bodies

    I am a member of the following professional bodies:
     

    HCPC (Health Care Professions Council) - this is the organisation which regulates health, psychological and care professionals in the UK. To practice in the UK, physiotherapists have to be members and adhere to their standards.
     

    CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy) - this is the professional body for physiotherapists in the UK.
     

    MACP (Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists) - a membership organisation of physiotherapists who have reached a recognised standard of excellence in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
     

    POGP (Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecology Physiotherapy professional network) - the POGP is the specialist interest group for women’s health physiotherapy and membership provides access to the latest evidence and courses.
     

    AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists) - the AACP is the largest professional body for acupuncture in the UK. To be a member of the AACP postgraduate training and evidence of maintaining continuing professional development is required.

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