Kate Mitchell graduated with a 2:1 Physiotherapy degree from the University of Southampton in 2007. Early in her career she knew she wanted to specialise in the field of women’s health.
Kate Mitchell specialises in continence, pelvic floor dysfunction (in both males and females, and both bladder and bowel dysfunctions), obstetric musculoskeletal conditions, post-operative care for gynaecological and breast surgery. She completed her Masters degree in Women’s Health Physiotherapy in 2015 from the University of Bradford. Most recently Kate has advanced her skills further within urogynaecology by completing her non-medical prescribing qualification in 2016.
Alongside this she has worked very closely with consultants and gained invaluable skills within this field. She is also trained to carry out and interpret urodynamic bladder investigations. She is an APPI-trained pilates instructor and an Associate Lecturer at the University of the West of England.