Women's Health and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Women's Health Physiotherapist providing pelvic floor, postnatal and antenatal physiotherapy treatment

One in three women suffer with incontinence in their lifetime. Most women believe it is to be expected after having a baby or following menopause.

This is a myth; incontinence and other pelvic floor issues are treatable with physiotherapy.

Specialist Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

Lisa has specialised in women’s health physiotherapy and has treated women's health conditions since 2014. She is passionate about helping women, educating them, and encouraging them to seek help.

She endeavours to improve the lives of women. Especially those who suffer with incontinence issues and pelvic dysfunction. She is passionate that no woman should live with untreated conditions that cause embarrassment.

Lisa is a member of the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP). She also works in the NHS as a specialist women's health physiotherapist, alongside other experienced clinicians.

What patients say about LS Physiotherapy

"5 star review, Lisa has given me treatment for Tennis Elbow. Great advice and treatment in a pleasant environment. Covid safe setting, felt relaxed and 100% safe."

Becky, March 2021

As a Specialist Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, Lisa provides the following Women's Health Physiotherapy

  • Prolapse

    Pelvic organ prolapse is when organs like the bladder, bowel or womb shifts and bulges in the vagina, causing discomfort.

  • Incontinence

    Urinary or anal incontinence is the passing of urine or stools or wind unintentionally.

  • Pelvic pain

    Pelvic pain occurs in the pelvic area and can be caused by numerous conditions.

  • Pregnancy-related conditions

  • Post-natal issues such as pain, diastasis rectus (DRAM) and incontinence

  • Vaginismus

    Vaginismus is the body's automatic vaginal muscle spasming.

  • Painful intercourse

  • Bladder and bowel dysfunction

  • Bladder pain syndrome

    often due to interstitial cystitis that can cause long-term pelvic pain.

  • Overactive bladder

    An overactive bladder can be caused by a dysfunction of the detrusor muscle. Treatment includes bladder retraining, pelvic floor strengthening and electro - acupuncture.

  • Strengthening abdominal and core muscles

Women's Health Physiotherapy treatment process and exercise programme

Treatment involves an assessment, examination, treatment and exercisesß.

Pelvic floor muscle strengthening, bladder retraining, lifestyle advice and other treatments are all ways of improving incontinence.

These specialist women’s health and MSK skills enable me to treat pregnancy-related conditions effectively. This includes pelvic girdle pain, back pain or pregnancy related incontinence.

Treatment is focussed on providing a specific exercise programme and manual therapy, following a thorough assessment. All sessions are provided in a confidential, safe environment with the emphasis on gaining improvement and reducing symptoms.

How much does Women's Health Physiotherapy cost?

Lisa is registered as a provider to most medical health insurers and providers, including BUPA.

She also provides Womens Health Physio to self-pay patients.

Rates are as follows: a

  • An initial women's health physiotherapy assessment is 60 minutes and costs £70

  • Follow-up Womens Health Physio appointments are 30 minutes and cost £47 each

What you should do next

If you have any queries about Women's Health Physiotherapy, please call Lisa on 07949707592 or contact me via email.

Alternatively, book an appointment - an initial Women's Health Physiotherapy online appointment for a thorough pelvic health physiotherapy assessment and evaluation.