NEWS UPDATE: wcpt conference 2017
Gerard has been invited to participate in the 1st Focused Symposium on Men's Health Physiotherapy at WCPT2017 in Cape Town.
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Harborne • Kings Heath • Solihull
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Today's hours are 7:30am - 9:00pm
but you can still book an appointment online.

Business Hours

Location: Harborne
Monday to Friday: 7.30am - 9.00pm
Saturday: 8.00am - 5.00pm
Sunday: Closed
Location: Kings Heath
Wednesday to Friday: 8.00am - 9.00pm
Location: Mums Clinic Solihull
Monday: 9.00am - 3.00pm
Make appointments using our
online appointment system
or phone 0121 270 9480

Pregnancy, Post natal and women’s health physio:
SUNDEEP WATKINS

Sundeep is Harley Street trained by Maria Elliot to deliver the unique Mummy MOT program.
Sundeep Watkins is an experienced Physiotherapist specialising in Pregnancy, Postnatal and Women's Health. She has been trained by UK leading specialist Maria Elliot from Harley Street to deliver the Mummy MOT programme. Our Barefoot Clinic was one of the UK’s 1st specialist clinics to deliver this ground breaking programme and with Sundeep on staff, are one of only a handful of clinics to have two physios trained in this area.

Sundeep has a background in specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapy assessment and treatment, and has worked in the NHS and private sectors for over two decades. In addition to her clinical work Sundeep is a senior lecturer at Leicester University teaching undergraduate physiotherapists and supervising research. Gerard and Sundeep have known each other for many years having worked closely together in both Coventry and Leicester universities.

Sundeep specialises in treating pelvic girdle pain, spinal problems, pelvic pain, Tummy gap (diastasis rectus), urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, pelvic pain and prolapse.

A huge asset to our clinic and clients, Sundeep is a brilliant Pregnancy, Post natal and Women’s Health physio that we are delighted to have at Barefoot. Outside of her specialist physiotherapy work, Sundeep is a mother too, and has two young children.