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"I'm passionate about helping others"

Rosie Conway

Director & Clinical Specialist 

I am extremely enthusiastic about my chosen specialism and enjoy treating and helping patients achieve their goals . Pelvic floor symptoms are often not spoken about; they remain a ‘taboo’ health issue even though we know of the huge impact that these symptoms can have on quality of life! 

On average, it can take up to five years for someone experiencing pelvic floor symptoms to seek help – that is such a long time to suffer in silence!  Pelvic health physiotherapy is more than just my 9-5 job, it is my absolute passion! I strive to help my patients take their confidence back, gain control and overcome their symptoms.  

Qualifications & Certifications

With my love of pelvic health Physiotherapy – I have thoroughly enjoyed the following ‘CPD’ courses, which have enhanced my knowledge and understanding further. I feel it is so important to stay current and up to date to ensure that I am offering effective and appropriate treatments. 

  • Northumbria University, Newcastle UK: BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 2014

  • Bradford University Post Graduate Certificate (PG Cert) for Continence in Women’s Health (Specialist research areas: Paediatric Incontinence, Female Sexual Dysfunction and Constipation) Awarded: Dec 2019

  • Teeside University Physical Assessment Skills (Adult) UCPD Course 20 Credits, September 2023

  • Sunderland University Certificate of Undergraduate Achievement in Contraceptive Health 20 Credits (ongoing 2023-2024) 

  • Post graduate POGP study 'Menopause Management: Advance your Practice' 

  • Post graduate POGP study ‘Pregnancy Related Physiotherapy: Assessment and Management of Musculoskeletal Conditions’

  • Post graduate POGP study ‘Advancing your Skills into Men’s Health Part 1: Physiotherapy and Management of lower urinary tract symptoms'

  • Post graduate POGP study ‘Understanding Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Assessment and Conservative Management'

  • Post graduate POGP Study ‘Pelvic Health Physiotherapy: Female Urinary Dysfunction Assessment and Treatment'

  • Acupuncture Foundation Qualification

  • Acupuncture Qualification for MSK related Pregnancy Conditions

  • Acupuncture Qualification for Gynaecological Conditions

  • Auricular Acupuncture (menopausal symptom management)

  • Pregnancy Bump Massage Diploma

  • KG Hypnobirthing Diploma 

  • Pregnancy Yoga Diploma 

  • Aqua-natal Teacher Training Diploma 

meet the team

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Jess Westall  - Specialist Physiotherapist

Meet Jess ! Jess qualified as a Physiotherapist in July 2020 and specialised in musculoskeletal / Sports Physiotherapy as a Specialist NHS Band 6, implementing a holistic-approach to rehabilitation before quickly specialising within Pelvic Health where her passion lies.


Jess joined the Roseanna Grace Team in July 2023 and worked alongside Rosie for the first six weeks for intensive training, clinical supervision and shadowing, learning the Roseanna Grace approach to assessing, treating and diagnosing pelvic health dysfunction. Jess will be undertaking a lot of our pregnancy and post natal checks, you are in very capable and specialist hands!


I am so pleased to be welcoming Jess to the team who will be working full time over Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and two Saturdays per month in both clinics. Appointments booked with Jess will honour a welcoming offer at £75. 


Jess has studied specific CPD in the following;

  • Transition into Motherhood, why and how to talk about it

  • A whole-body approach to Return to Running after Pregnancy

  • Breastfeeding and Physiotherapy

  • Managing Post Natal Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Special Considerations for Rehabilitation Post Caesarean Section 

  • Pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain: Exercises and Resources

  • Biopsychosocial Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse 

  • What you Need to Know About Screening & Exercise in Pregnancy; Benefits/Guidelines/Risks

  • Advice and Resources for Pregnancy related Musculoskeletal & Medical Issues 

  • Stress Urinary Incontinenece  


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