women's health

physiotherapy

Comprehensive women-centred physiotherapy and acupuncture in Cobh.

hands-on care

Caroline Anthon Physiotherapy and Acupuncture in Cobh provides a full suite of professional orthopaedic care, specialising in women’s health and natural fertility.

Mummy MOT postpartum physiotherapy, fertility treatments and pregnancy care​​

Orthopaedic rehabilitation, spinal treatment and sports injury therapy for men and women​

Acupuncture, cupping and other TCM treatments to treat many common issues

Let us look after you

Our postnatal Mummy MOT will help uncover and treat postural, pelvic floor, bladder, bowel and sexual issues. You deserve this. 

Meet Caroline

Caroline Anthon MISCP, Bsc TCM has over 30 years experience as a physiotherapist and received a clinical Gynaecology and Obstetrics diploma under Dr Trevor Wing.

 

Specialising in women’s health physiotherapy in Cobh, Caroline treats patients with a range of issues that can arise through pregnancy, post-partum, perimenopause, menopause, and beyond. Caroline has a diploma in Gynaecology & Obstetrics in Acupuncture and is Mummy MOT certified.

 

Whatever your needs

Our holistic approach to your treatment may include a combination of physiotherapy, acupuncture, cupping and manual manipulation. You’re in good hands. 

Fertility, prenatal & post-natal care

Back care, work & sports injuries

perimenopause cobh

Peri-menopause, menopause & post-menopause

Acupuncture & natural fertility

our info

Caroline Anthon Physiotherapy and Acupuncture in Cobh is open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.

19 Thomas Kent St, Kilgarvan, Cobh, Co. Cork, P24 E088

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To make an appointment, phone, text or whatsapp us on 086 082 6532

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mummy mot cobh

What we treat

Pregnancy related concerns

Including Pelvic Girdle Pain, pelvic floor muscle assessment, round ligament pain, back pain, leaking, prolapse, breech position, bladder and/or rectal incontinence and exercise. 

Leaky Bladder

Throughout a woman’s life, there are a number of things that can cause bladder leakage; pregnancy, menopause, physical stress, and even poor posture. 

 

Painful sex

Did you know that painful sex is often caused by pelvic floor issues? It’s much more common than you think, and can effect women of all ages. 

Post natal check

We firmly believe that every woman who has given birth should have a postpartum assessment just for her to uncover any bladder, digestive, muscular or postural issues. 

Orthopedic issues

Back pain, sports injuries, repetitive strain; all these issues can have a massive impact on your quality of life. We’re here to help.

Menopause, post and peri

We believe that the menopause and post-menopause should be a positive time in a woman’s life. Retraining and rehabilitating the pelvic floor you can alleviate many of the less desirable changes such as sexual dysfunction, incontinence and prolapse.