At Planet Mama we believe in working closely with industry specialists to give you the best all round support for wherever you are in your mamahood journey. Whether you’re pregnant, early postpartum or had a baby a while ago, our ladies are on hand to help you.
MEET OUR TEAM OF SPECIALISTS
NUTRITIONIST: HARRIET HOLMES
Dr Harriet Holme is a Registered Nutritionist (AfN), and former experienced paediatrician. After studying at Cambridge University, she worked in the NHS for over a decade. Harriet also has a PhD in genetics, lectures on nutrition, and was commissioned to write a novel degree combining culinary skills, nutrition and health.
Her focus is science backed nutrition, and she is passionate about sharing credible information to empower people to eat for their health.
Harriet has authored two books ‘Eating During Pregnancy‘, that she wrote to provide mums to be with credible information on pregnancy nutrition. Her second book is ‘Postpartum Nutrition: An Expert’s Guide to Eating After a Baby’, that was written to support new mums, and their journey through motherhood and weaning.GET IN TOUCH
WOMEN'S HEALTH PHYSIO: SARAH PARKER
Sarah is a Chartered Physiotherapist from St Georges Medical School, University of London where she graduated 10 years ago. She has a passion for all things sexual health and is a specialist pelvic health physiotherapist.
Her background is sports and rehab so she has a good understanding of the whole body which she is able to implement in postnatal rehab. She is very interested in healing and so promotes a healthy mind and gut and works with the organs and lymphatic system.
She is a member of the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy group, a qualified acupuncturist with the British Medical Acupuncture Society and she is a Mummy MOT practitioner.
“My dream is for all people to be able to have access to pelvic health all around the world at any age and particularly the child bearing years. I want to aid in dropping the taboo’s surrounding sexual and pelvic health in order to urge people who are experiencing changes to seek help and advice from professionals. The sooner we drop the stigma around our sexual organs and feel comfortable discussing these subjects the sooner treatments can be accessed and change can happen.”
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