Becky Corran, Pelvic Health Physio Founder
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy PGCert Women’s Health Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC
Becky has extensive experience in this highly specialist area, working within this field for over 15 years. She graduated with BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy in 2003 and started working within women’s health permanently in 2005. She has since graduated with PGCert (Masters level) Women’s Health Physiotherapy in 2008.
She has led the Pelvic Health Physiotherapy team for Wirral Community NHS Foundation Trust, since 2009, whom provide NHS physiotherapy services for urogynaecology, bowel, chronic pelvic pain and obstetric patients.
Becky gives 110% with each and every one of her patients, you can be guaranteed she will try her utmost to set you free of your pelvic health problems. In order to do this, she regularly attends study days and courses to keep abreast of the current knowledge and treatment techniques, she works alongside and has many links with other pelvic health professionals. Becky prides herself on approaching her work with empathy, sensitivity and respect. All decisions around care are made with the patient, and she aims to empower every patient to feel they can take back control, giving them the confidence to work hard and to trust in her expertise.
Teaching others is something Becky enjoys, she has experience of teaching nurses at a Postgraduate level for Chester University, and has delivered many teaching sessions to midwives, health visitors, physiotherapists and doctors. She currently has an active role in peer reviewing articles for the POGP (Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy) group.
She is registered with the Health Professionals Council (HCPC) and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and the association of Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP)
Outside of physiotherapy and her work, she is a mother to 3 children and has a personal understanding of what it’s like to juggle motherhood, work and health conditions. Becky enjoys an active outdoor family life, and is an avid runner.
Amelia Osborne, Breast & Pelvic Health Physio
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC
Amelia is an experienced physiotherapist, with over 10 years post graduate experience. She has a special interest and is especially skilled in the area of breast health, offering a unique service to women recovering from breast cancer and/or radiotherapy.
She graduated in 2008 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and since has worked across a variety of settings including the NHS, private healthcare and in occupational health.
Amelia quickly developed a particular interest in pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, pelvic health and connective tissue therapy.
Her passion in this area led her to undertake further studies in breast cancer care, studying most recently at The Christie Hospital in Manchester.
This diversity of interests led her to take on a combined Breast Cancer & Women’s Health physiotherapy role in 2018, within the NHS.
This is a role she is incredibly passionate about as she has experienced the challenges people often have with the after effects of breast cancer and its treatment.
She believes her specialist physiotherapy skills and care can play a key role in enabling those affected, to improve both physical and emotional wellbeing, whilst encouraging patients to restore control and self-confidence.
She is registered with the Health Professionals Council (HCPC) and is a member of the Charted Society of Physiotherapists (CSP).
Aside from her professional career, Amelia is a local mother of two young children and enjoys keeping fit and setting herself personal challenges - this year it’s handstands!