Susannah Britnell graduated from Manchester University, England and completed her post graduate education in Canada. She has integrated pelvic floor physiotherapy, pain science (biopsychosocial approach) and manual therapy into her practice. Susannah works in Vancouver, BC, Canada at the Centre for Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis, an interdisciplinary program for persistent pelvic pain at the BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre and in private practice. She has worked in Women’s Health and Obstetrics physiotherapy for over 15 years.
Susannah teaches Rost Therapy Practical courses in Canada and is an assistant instructor and lab assistant for Pelvic Health Solutions. She teaches the Obstetrics Physiotherapy lecture for the School of Rehabilitation at UBC in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She also gives presentations for patients, as well as, health professionals, in Canada and internationally. Susannah has also been involved in the Canadian Physiotherapy Section in the Pain Science Communications Committee and Pain Science Mentorship program.
Susannah’s passion is to help women overcome years of pain and disability. A majority of her patients have had pelvic girdle pain for many years, if not decades. By teaching other therapists the Rost Therapy method, Susannah hopes to break the cycle of chronicity, by ensuring more and more women have their pelvic girdle pain managed well in pregnancy and postpartum.
Susannah experienced PGP in her first pregnancy and was unfortunately not aware of the Rost Therapy approach at that time. However, the program was very helpful for her even years after her delivery. She still uses the exercises regularly to this day.
Cecile and Susannah have taught Rost Therapy courses as a team for many years in Canada, and have jointly developed this website, the online course and the app Rost Moves Mamas.
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