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LETO Location In Parsons Green

Parsons Green

3rd Floor Brigade House
8 Parsons Green
London
SW6 4TN

LETO Location in Queen's Park

Queen's Park

2nd Floor
105-109 Salusbury Road
London
NW6 6RG

About Us

At LETO, you will experience a positive, caring and knowledgeable team who work together to achieve your goals.

We are determined to raise the level of pelvic health care provided to women. We strive to deliver gold-standard care and exceed our client’s expectations by providing long-term pelvic health solutions. In addition, we work with every patient to ensure they have a clear pathway to achieve their pelvic health and fitness goals so they can enjoy doing what they love with confidence & trust in their body.

Should we ever think additional opinion or intervention might be valuable, we have an unmatched external network with London’s top consultants, women’s health providers and fitness professionals to call on.

Edel McCann

Clinical Lead & Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

 

Originally from Ireland, Edel graduated from Ulster University with a degree with honours in Physiotherapy. Edel also holds a Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland – a qualification only held by a handful of pelvic health physiotherapists in the world.

Edel relocated from Edinburgh this year where she had run her own successful pelvic health business for more than 12 years.

As well as extensive pelvic health experience, Edel has over 16 years of experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and professional sport including the Scottish Men’s National cricket team and the Northern Ireland Women’s National Football team.

She has undertaken extensive postgraduate training in pelvic health, diagnostic ultrasound, scar therapy, breast care, acupuncture and musculoskeletal and sports injuries and continues to participate in courses and training regularly to ensure she offers her clients the best possible evidence-based care and to remain at the forefront of her profession.

Not only is Edel an expert in her field, but she also clearly loves what she does, which is a powerful and unstoppable combo! Edel is determined to enhance the profile of pelvic health physiotherapy through her work. She wants all women to be able to access professional and highly specialised care specific for their needs, and all of life’s phases. She strives to educate and empower women to recognise their bodies, take charge of their wellbeing and accept nothing but the best when it comes to their care and wellbeing.

Edel is an affiliate member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP) and a member 0f the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). She is also a recommended practitioner for pelvic girdle pain through The Pelvic Partnership as well as a certified Mummy MOT® Practitioner and a Holistic Core Restore Coach®.

When Edel isn’t working she is being a mummy to her two young boys, seeking out the best coffee spots and exercising as she is a big fan of yoga and running.

Karin Goldschmidt

Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Location: Queen's Park

Karin is originally from Sweden; however, she has lived in London for 22 years and has studied and practised physiotherapy here for over 12 years.

A mother of two, Karin’s passion for pelvic health began after her own experience with birth injury and traumatic birth. Following a career in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, she has specialised in pelvic health for the past seven years.

Karin is passionate about supporting women at any stage of their life in their pelvic health journey, ranging from young adults suffering from the debilitating symptoms of endometriosis, women who just had a baby, and menopausal women to ladies in their nineties seeking support on how to manage the discomfort of prolapse.

Through her experience working at the King Edward VII Hospital, one of the most renowned hospitals in London for gynaecological care, Karin has gained extensive experience and knowledge in gynaecological postoperative rehabilitation, including scar management. Karin is Pilates-trained and also specialises in the management and rehabilitation of chronic pelvic pain, including vulvodynia and vaginismus.

Continuing her professional development, Karin is currently undergoing training in the highly specialised field of pelvic physiotherapy for children and adolescents. This area, often shrouded in stigma, is one she is passionate about raising awareness for, with the aim of supporting more families in the future.

Karin divides her time between a two-day-per-week clinic at LETO and running the pelvic health physiotherapy service at King Edward VII Hospital.

When not working, Karen can be found dancing away in the kitchen to the tunes of Matilda with her two daughters. She has always loved hiking and swimming in nature as much as enjoying a good brunch with a glass of rose in hand with friends at a London rooftop bar!

Katy van’tSchip

Specialist Pelvic Health & MSK Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

Katy graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of British Columbia after completing a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. She developed a passion for both musculoskeletal and pelvic health physiotherapy early on in her career, and underwent further course work to specialise as a pelvic health physiotherapist to integrate her interests into practice. Katy employs a holistic approach to assessment, tying in her knowledge of the pelvic floor to form a uniquely comprehensive treatment style for her clients.

Katy particularly enjoys treating ante and postnatal women, incontinence, and pelvic pain conditions. She also has experience and interest in running and sports injuries, fractures, post-surgical, and hand and wrist injuries. Katy strives to make her sessions goal-oriented and individualised, and to understand everyone’s “why” behind their recovery journey.

When not in the clinic, Katy can be found traveling, hiking, strength training, or eating her way through London.

Katy is an affiliate member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP) and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

Lauren Castledine-Wolfe

Specialist Pelvic Health & MSK Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

 

Originally from South Africa, Lauren graduated in 2006 from Oxford Brookes University with a 1st class honours degree in Physiotherapy. She has since worked as a Senior Physiotherapist within the NHS, and also within the private sector for over 16 years.

Possessing a wide range of clinical skills, Lauren is trained in Acupuncture and has also trained with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute since 2007, where she achieved her mat work instructor qualification.

Lauren is passionate about treating a variety of conditions, including those of upper and lower limbs as well as spinal injuries. She is particularly interested in sports injuries and post-operative rehabilitation as well as women’s health whereby she is trained through the POGP in treating female urinary incontinence, and prolapse, as well as ante-and post-natal. Over and above this, she is committed to her patient’s overall health and well-being, striving to improve their quality of life through encouraging healthy lifestyle choices. This is strengthened through her study in Health Coaching with the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Lauren uses many treatment techniques to ensure optimal benefit for all her patients. Such treatments include acupuncture, soft tissue work, joint manual therapy, taping, electrotherapy, clinical Pilates & strength and conditioning training. Part of every consultation with Lauren involves educating you about your condition, informing you about its root cause and empowering you to manage it as well as possible.

Keeping fit is very important to Lauren. She has swum competitively in the past and played lacrosse for Kent. She goes to the gym regularly, swims, cycles and of course, practices what she preaches with regular Pilates and yoga.

Lauren is an affiliate member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP) and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

Rosie Peters

Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Location: Queen's Park

 

Rosie graduated with a Master’s in Physiotherapy from Brunel University. Working as a specialist pelvic health physiotherapist within the NHS, she has gained extensive experience supporting individuals throughout their pregnancy and postpartum recovery, addressing pre and postnatal musculoskeletal issues, and guiding women in optimising their pelvic health during and after childbirth. Rosie is also qualified to assess and treat pelvic floor dysfunction in men.

Rosie is committed to helping people overcome challenges related to pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and other pelvic floor dysfunctions. She is particularly passionate about empowering women to understand how their bodies change throughout life and aims to give people the tools to feel strong and confident, whatever their goals are.

When not in the clinic, Rosie can be found running, hiking, backpacking and cooking.

Rosie is an affiliate member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP) and a member 0f the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

Claire Thom

Pilates Instructor

Location: Queen's Park

Claire is a certified Pilates instructor trained by the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) in both matwork and reformer exercises.

Claire was first introduced to Pilates when she was diagnosed with an inflammatory disorder that affected her spine. After experiencing the healing benefits of Pilates herself, she decided to leave her career in communications and become an instructor.

Claire’s Pilates offerings can provide huge physical and mental health benefits throughout all stages of a woman’s life.

As a mother herself, Claire is passionate about helping other women prepare for and recover from pregnancy and childbirth.

When not teaching Pilates, you’ll find Claire busy being a mum to two girls and a small cockapoo.

Carrie Lawrence

Co-Founder & Managing Director

 

A mother of two boys, Carrie has experienced first-hand the emotional and physical toll the symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction can have not only on a woman, but on her family and her relationships too.

Carrie counts herself as ‘one of the lucky ones’ to have received excellent pelvic health care as a new mother. This enabled her to recover quickly and focus on her family, her own wellbeing, and re-engaging in her pre-baby love of running. She is not shy to discuss her symptoms or the pelvic health issues she has faced and is passionate about better health outcomes for women from all stages and walks of life. Hence the launch of LETO in 2021.

Carrie has worked in women’s health for the duration of her working life, primarily in oncology and bone health research. Today she leans heavily on her legal training and project management skills to ensure LETO and Beyond Health run as smoothly as possible – so the outstanding practitioners and customer services team she works collaboratively with can focus on what they do best, and deliver the best possible service to their clients!

Laura Turner

Operations Manager - Client Services Team

 

Laura moved to London in 2019, is a kiwi born and raised, and has spent many years living in Australia and chasing the sun around the world. She completed over 350 hours of YTT, and teaches power vinyasa yoga at Power Yoga Co. in Parsons Green.

When she’s not at Beyond Health or teaching yoga, you can find her drinking espresso in the sun, on a spin bike, spending time in nature, or she’ll be exploring Europe on the weekends.

Hannah Blackwood

Client Services Team

 

Calling Cambridge, New Zealand home, Hannah moved to London in January 2023. She has always held an interest in movement and has represented New Zealand in Open Water swimming.

Outside of Beyond Health, Hannah loves discovering London and venturing into Europe, especially with a coffee in hand!

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