Ilana began her career as a physiotherapist in 2009 and has worked in a number of North London NHS Teaching Hospitals, gaining a breadth of experience.
After specialising in musculoskeletal outpatients for over 10 years, Ilana developed a strong interest in treating patients with symptoms relating to their pelvic floor and has worked as a Specialist Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist at The Royal Free London NHS Trust since 2016.
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Ilana has a particular passion for supporting women antenatally and postnatally and those with complex pelvic health conditions. She treats patients with a wide variety of conditions, including pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary and bowel incontinence, constipation and sexual dysfunction. She works closely and collaboratively with her patients and is dedicated to helping them to improve their symptoms, quality of life and achieve their functional goals.
Examination, treatment, biofeedback and exercise to manage symptoms related to pelvic floor dysfunction. Ilana sees patients presenting with a variety of conditions and is experienced at treating the conditions below: GYNAECOLOGY: Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Pre and Post Pelvic Surgery, pelvic floor dysfunction, bladder pain, pelvic floor weakness and Vaginismus/Vulvodynia.
BLADDER: Urgency, overactive bladder, stress and urge urinary incontinence and PTNS treatment. PRE/POST NATAL: Pelvic gridle pain, lower back pain in pregnancy, incontinence, diastasis rectus abdominus and post natal checks.
BOWEL : Constipation, faecal incontinence, obstructive defecation syndrome and urgency.
SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION/ PELVIC PAIN: Dyspareunia (painful sex), pelvic floor hypertonicity and Endemetriosis
Treatment room A: The Portland St Hospital for Women, 205, 209 Great Portland St, London W1W 5AH.
Home Visits on request
Initial consultation 60 mins: £160
Follow up appointment 45 mins: £120
Follow up appointment 30 mins: £90
Video consultation: From £60
Home Visits: Price on request
Wednesday 9-12pm until June
Please be sure to wear comfortable loose clothing or active wear, avoid eating a heavy meal at least 2 hours before and hydrate well before and after treatment.
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