restoring continence, sexual wellness & physical health to people of all ages
Restore Physiotherapy is currently CLOSED for face to face appointments until further notice (due to Covid19 alert level 3 and 4).
Our ONLINE SHOP IS STILL OPEN, and fully functioning. Expect some delays in courier delivery.
We are STILL RECEIVING REFERRALS and if you would like to go on our waiting list please email –
We will be OFFERING PHONE OR ONLINE CONSULTATIONS options soon and will contact new and current patients when this is available.
The ability to hire a TENS MACHINE FOR LABOUR is still available, please email to arrange this.

Celia will continue providing Bump Pilates classes for women during their pregnancy and beyond! Pregnancy classes and Mums and Bubs classes will continue with online options for those currently in the class or any new members looking for a way to stay active. Please contact Celia through the facebook page, or on 02108739315 or

Thanks for your patience and stay safe!
Celia and Sharon from Restore Physio

National Vulvodynia Association

"The National Vulvodynia Association (NVA) is a nonprofit organization created in 1994 to improve the lives of individuals affected by vulvodynia, a spectrum of chronic vulvar pain disorders." In accomplishing this goal, the NVA will:
  • educate affected women about vulvodynia to enable them to make informed choices about their treatment
  • encourage patients to develop self-help strategies to deal with the physical and emotional components of this disorder
  • provide a support network for interested members
  • involve and educate loved ones to promote a more supportive family environment
  • coordinate a centralized source of information on suspected causes, current treatments, and ongoing research for health care practitioners and patients         
  • emphasize a coordinated interdisciplinary approach to patients' medical care
  • work cooperatively with other health organizations to improve our understanding of vulvodynia's relationship to other disorders
  • educate the public to bring attention to vulvodynia as a serious women's health concern
  • encourage further research to find more effective treatments and eventual cures for vulvodynia