Maternity Physio and Pelvic Health

About Us

Niamh Burn MSCP
Pelvic Health Physiotherapist 
Founder of Maternity Physio 

I`ve been a chartered physiotherapist since 2003 and worked as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with people of all ages within the NHS and private practice for many years. Women’s health has been my sole passion for the last 10 years and to help women with obstetric and postnatal related conditions get back on track. I have completed postgraduate training to help me assess and treat common conditions such pelvic girdle pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, abdominal diastasis and urogynaecological issues like painful sex, urinary leaks and prolapse. I have a certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice (Pelvic Health) from Brunel University.

I believe my musculoskeletal and pelvic health background gives me a holistic approach. I have a keen interest in guiding women back to the activity they love ( which so far, has included anything between walking and circus skills!). Whatever makes them feel good. As a Mum of 3 I knows the importance of being strong and pain-free.

I am a full member of the POGP (Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists), a Mummy MOT practitioner, expert panelist for the Bia Mother app and a recommended practitioner on the pelvic partnership website. I enjoy teaching regular pelvic health workshops to women and fitness professionals who work with women. When not working you will probably find find me commuting on my bike, a bit late for a school run or spending some time running the energy out of my boys in the park!


Naomi Francis
Level 4 Massage Therapist
pre and postnatal 
sports massage
scar immersion therapist 

I began my career as a fitness instructor at the age of 17 and worked my way up the ranks to then become a personal trainer. I worked on a cruise ship for two years and this is when my interest in massage began. I realised that I could help my PT clients tenfold if I could manage their aches, pains and injuries myself. It enables me to have a better understanding of the body mechanically which makes me more efficient at programming for them. Once I completed the sports massage qualification, I enjoyed it so much that I then went on to do the pregnancy, postnatal and scar therapy qualifications.

As well as a soft tissue therapist and a personal trainer I am also a Holistic Core Restore Coach working with women to strengthen their pelvic floor, diastasis, recover from c-section or hysterectomy surgery, fitness through pregnancy and postnatal. I support women through the  4th trimester and beyond.

When I’m not working I am entertaining two very sassy girls!


Find Us


The Pelvic Academy

395 Hornsey Road, N19 4DX.

We are a prominent corner location on Hornsey Road/Bavaria Road located between Finsbury Park and Archway, in the borough of Islington.

Public Transport :

The 210 bus (10min ride from fisnbury park station)  stops outside 

The 91 bus also stops outside (runs between Crouch End and Trafalgar Square)

The 41 bus (runs between Tottenham and Archway) also stops nearby (5 min walk away)

We are about 15 min walk from Crouch Hill (Barking to Gospel Oak) overground station


There are parking bays on the surrounding street controlled by Islington council (via Ringo app).

It is free to park before 10am and after 2pm nearby.

Local car parking spaces are also available to rent on here