Join the Squeezy pelvic health physio directory!
Our new directory makes it easier for people living with bladder, bowel or pelvic health problems to find and access qualified physiotherapists so they can get support they need to get better.
Help us reduce the number of people suffering in silence.
It’s ridiculous people wait 6.5 years* before seeking help
*National Association for Continence
To be listed on the Squeezy Pelvic Health Physio Directory, all you have to do is register and fill in your professional and clinic details (via the button below). We’ll take care of the rest.
What happens once I register and submit my details for the Directory?
With the help of POGP and a physio consultant, we will review and verify the information that you have submitted to ensure that you meet the criteria of the directory and your membership status is up to date.
What is the criteria for physios to be listed in the Squeezy Directory?
We require that all physios listed in the Squeezy Directory be members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Is there a deadline or can I register now?
Yes, you can register at any time.
You can help us increase our ability to make this a positive experience by helping us spread the word about the Squeezy Directory with your physio colleagues and friends. The more physios registered, the more people can find help near them!
How will the Squeezy Directory be kept up to date?
We’ll keep in touch annually to check that your profile information is still accurate. And you will always be more than welcome to get in touch with us on email@example.com at any stage to update your information.
What if I register and then change my mind?
You can get in touch with us at any point on firstname.lastname@example.org to update your listing or remove and delete it entirely.
As a private physio, what kind of commitment will this be?
Our aim is that the Squeezy Directory will make it easy for people to get help. So as a result of being listed, our hope is that more potential clients will be getting in touch with you about your services. And, as with any potential client, we’d ask that you respond to their enquiries within a reasonable amount of time. Our recommended response time is between 24 – 72 hours.
If you find that you’re overwhelmed with enquiries, we’re on hand to help. Email us at email@example.com and we can help you sort it out.
Do I need permission as an NHS physio?
As with any public information, we advise speaking with your director or colleagues about your directory listing. If you submit information in the meantime, we’re on hand and happy to make updates should anything need a slight tweak. Just get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can global physios take part?
We wish everyone could, but we are starting in the UK only for now so we can verify that we are listing qualified physios. Because different countries have different criteria for physios, we need to figure out how best to maintain the verification process before we can extend the directory globally. However, we are planning to launch globally so if you want to help us achieve that in your country then please get in touch with us on email@example.com.