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Nathalia Souza


Nathália has a BSc Degree in Physiotherapy from the ‘University Paulista’ in the Brazil (2007).


She has a postgraduate degree in Orthopedics / Traumatology and in Pelvic Physiotherapy / Functional Urogynecology (Women's Health).

Nathalia's expertise and work is dedicated to women's health, pelvic health, including pregnancy, childbirth care, postpartum rehabilitation, treatment of diastase, and urogynecological disorders. She has specific training in Pilates for pregnant and postpartum women, hypopressive exercises, abdominal diastase rehabilitation, pre- and post-surgery Lymphatic Drainage, laser therapy for pain and wound healing, taping, manual therapy, and other techniques to improve the quality of life and patient functionality.

She has clinical experience in the treatment of women for more than 14 years. She is thorough, compassionate and patient.

Her specialties include:

Professional Memberships (National and International):

  • Department of Health (DOH)

  • Regional Council of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy - Brazil - CREFITO-3

  • Post Graduate Degree - Pelvic Physiotherapy, Functional Urogynecology - Brazil 

  • Post Graduate Degree -  Orthopedic and Traumatology Certification - Brazil

Our Clients Say...

"Through a group of pregnant women I met Nathália, so I really liked the affectionate way in which she treats us. And then I booked massages and Pilates classes, these were moments dedicated especially to me and my daughter who was on the way, that's because I have an older one. In the massages, I took the opportunity to relax, talk, think about life…
In Pilates classes too, but I still focused on physical conditioning for the time of delivery, because I usually say that labor is a marathon and that we need to prepare to go through it. Also, my daughter was born with 4kg and 300g and 54cm, I didn't have ANY LACERATION in the perineum, I'm sure it was thanks to the exercises she was doing, so these moments were fundamental for my moment! Thank you Natalia."

Karolinne Mingoti, mother of Davi and Amalie

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