For professionals

I believe that pelvic organ prolapse is caused by tension within the pelvis, rather than weakness. I am publishing research to provide scientific evidence for this. 
Here is a link to my first paper: 
Here is a link to my recently published follow up paper:
If you have difficulty accessing the full papers, please send me an email and I will be able to send you a copy.
The American Physical Therapy Association Pelvic Health Academy, and the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy invited me to host this webinar which presents and explains my research:
Click below to purchase a short seminar explaining the science and evidence behind this approach, and how to evolve your practise in line with current myofascial science. This is suitable for women’s health physiotherapists, musculoskeletal physiotherapists, massage therapists, osteopaths, yoga and pilates teachers, midwives, or other professionals working with women experiencing prolapse.


I need to charge a small fee of £10 for this seminar, as my research work is unpaid.

For NHS Women’s Health Physiotherapists, access to this seminar is FREE. Please use the contact form to get in touch and I will send you a code


For more in depth training, I have a 5 hour online course suitable for physios, or other professionals who are qualified and insured to work internally with women experiencing prolapse. To buy tickets for this please click here:

The biotensegritea party is a regular online chat about all things biotensegrity. Here is the link to the biotensegritea party #35, which features my presentation about the pelvis and pelvic organ prolapse : 
Here is a research poster showing some follow up data which supports this hypothesis. It was presented at physiotherapy UK conference 2019
Here is my video which explains how prolapse can be understood to be caused by tension rather than weakness.