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Meet Highly Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Ena Ankutse

Endometriosis UK is celebrating Black History Month this October. We’ll be using the month to amplify and celebrate some of those from Black communities who are improving endometriosis awareness, support, and health care.

Today we are celebrating Ena Ankutse BSc Hons, MSc, MCSP.⁠

Ena is a Highly Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist and the Team lead of the Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Service at Royal Free Hospital London NHS Trust. ⁠
We have had the pleasure of working with Ena to produce two informative webinars on Pelvic Pain Physiotherapy and Endometriosis & Sex and we look forward to working with her again. ⁠

Ena is also the co-founder of The Frontline AHP (Allied Health Professionals) online platform and AHPs off the record podcast, which raises awareness of the exceptional work that AHPs are doing on the frontline.⁠

As an NHS Ambassador through the Inspire the Future scheme, she shares the experiences of healthcare to young people to raise awareness of various roles and professions within the NHS. ⁠

Thank you to Ena for helping to those with endometriosis get the endometriosis information and support they need.

Ena Ankutse