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Kate Wilsmore

Kate Wilsmore


Pelvic health
The Mummy MOT 

Postnatal health/return to sport

Acute and chronic musculoskeletal problems

Sports injuries

Post-operative rehab

Sports and holistic massage

Kate graduated from the University of the West of England in 2015 with a Physiotherapy degree with honours. Since graduating she has worked in both the NHS and private practice and has gained a wealth of experience in a variety of specialty areas. 


Kate joined University Hospitals Plymouth NHS trust after graduating, and gained experience in musculoskeletal health, neurology, orthopaedics and cardiothoracics before taking a quick career break to spend six months in the French Alps as a sports massage therapist before returning to the NHS and specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy where she previously worked as a team lead before joining Wilsmore Physiotherapy full time.

Following a specialist rotation within the NHS, Kate realised a true calling in further specialising in pelvic health and has completed further training  and attended courses including:

  • The Mummy MOT course

  • The Diastasis Revolution by Grainne Donnelly

  •  Female Urinary Dysfunction with the POGP

  • Pelvic Anatomy with Jonathon Hobbs


...and more!


This  passion for helping women with their pelvic health has been further driven by the arrival of the first Wilsmore baby in October 2022. ​


Within private practice, Kate has treated international level athletes of multiple sports including runners and triathletes. Her experience of living with an athlete (husband Mike!) has certainly provided an essential insight into the goals and needs of runners whether at high level or just as a hobby. 

In her spare time, when not looking after Baby Ophelia, she enjoys keeping active herself in the gym, running, sea swimming, walking cockapoo Rufus and cooking for family and friends.


Post graduate qualifications also include - AACP Acupuncture Foundation Course, Level 3 Sports Massage Diploma. 


HCPC and CSP registered and a member of POGP (pelvic, obstetrics and gynaecological physiotherapy)

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