If they call it a woman's clinic, it should be. While Lisa mentioned psycholgical factors--its more physiological. If it's a good clinic they'll talk sbout some of the following.
With a wider pelvic spread then men, alignment" issues are different. Cant adjustment is crucial to women's performance.
Also, we carry our fat in our butts, "but" men (sorry, guys) do so mostly around the midsection; ergo you always hear women being told to "get over their skis, lean forward, etc." (So men already may have a little more, ahem, "gravity pull" there
or at least are less likely to sit back.
A good gal's clinic should emphasize the importance of good boot fit--including heel lifts. IMHO all women can benefit from heel lifts in their boots.
There's tons more too it, but this should help. look up Jeanne Thorens on the web, .com maybe? She knows her stuff & runs women's clinics around the country. Look for technique stuff by Peter Keelty too.