Publications & Collaborations
Savage, A.M (2021). Handheld biofeedback devices to enhance pelvic floor muscle training. Journal of Pelvic, Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy, 128, 54-57
Savage, A.M (2019). Neuromuscular electrical stimulation devices. Journal of Pelvic, Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy, 125, 16-25
Savage, A.M (2018). Continence products and medication devices: issues that pelvic health physiotherapists need to consider. Journal of Pelvic, Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy, 122, 30-40
Savage, A.M (2016). LinkedIn or Out? Can social media platforms be useful to POGP members? Journal of Pelvic, Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy, 119, 6-14
Savage, A.M (2005). Is lumbopelvic stability training (using the Pilates model) an effective treatment strategy for women with stress urinary incontinence? A review of the literature and report of a pilot study. Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health, 97, 33-48
Savage, A.M (2004). A study of economic evaluation methods and their contribution to knowledge in the field of urinary incontinence. Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health, 94, 42-53
Savage, A & Barton, S (2002). The ‘serious’ sportswoman and her pelvic floor: a challenge to the women’s health physiotherapist? Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health, 90, 30
Qualifications & Experience
Amanda qualified in 1993 from Addenbrookes Hospital School of Physiotherapy, Cambridge, and later a Masters Degree from The University of Cambridge in Community & Public Health.
She worked for many years for the NHS, both at St. George’s Hospital in London & until recently at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. In the middle she spent 4 quite different years working at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town.
Amanda has post-graduate qualifications to qualify for Full Membership of the Professional Network of Pelvic, Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP), as a MummyMoT practioner and fully qualified Pilates Instructor (APPI).
Tara has degrees both in physiotherapy and psychology and postgraduate master modules in the theory of women’s health and acupuncture.
She is a member of the physiotherapy specialist group: POGP (Pelvic, Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy) and a qualified Holistic Core Restore® Coach
She has worked both in NHS (Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust) and private settings, including the Portland Hospital, Chelsea Medical Centre (Lister Hospital) and Parkside Hospital. As well as our Cambridge she currently also works with the amazing and leading pelvic health physiotherapist Maria Elliott and her team at the Mummy MOT Headquarters in London:
- Member of the Board of Trustees
- Public Relations Office
- Journal Editor
Getting your Mojo back
Physiotherapy support, interviews, content & videos to support Clio Wood’s empowering book about returning to sexual health and wellbeing in motherhood. For publication Jan 2023.
Why mums Don't Jump, by Helen
Podcast: Season 2 Episode 8: demystifying the world of pelvic floor devices, also featured in Helen’s book for publication Jan 2023.
Tena: 101 Pelvic Floor Exercise series
I supported the Tena team to devise and create an educational series for their website.
Kegel8: Client Educational Videos and support materials
Beam: exercise programmes
Online exercise sequences and blogposts to support postnatal and menopausal women.
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