Women's Health Specialist
Lisa has been a women’s health physiotherapist for over 15 years and loves the job!
She is a Chartered State Registered Physiotherapist, with a special interest in Women’s Health. She treats women of all ages, who are ante-natal, post-natal and menopausal. Lisa offers individual assessments and treatment programs to women experiencing problems such as urinary and faecal incontinence, bladder pain syndrome, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic girdle pain (PGP) and rectus diastasis (tummy gap).
Lisa also treats children and teenagers who are suffering with bladder and bowel issues, such as bedwetting and giggle incontinence.
After studied at St.George’s medical School in 2005, Lisa secured a full time position in the NHS, where she worked in the Women’s Health team treating both ante- and post-natal women for pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. During her time there, she helped set up joint services with the consultant teams to help improve client treatment pathways and promote the role of a Women’s Health physiotherapist.
Having completed her masters level Post Graduate Certificate in Continence and Physiotherapy at Bradford University, Lisa is now a member of the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy professional network (POGP) and is a Mummy MOT certified practitioner. She is also a qualified APPI Pilates mat and polestar equipment instructor. It’s safe to say… Lisa has a lot to offer!
“As many as 1:3 women will experience pelvic floor issues at some point in their lives and my job helps women get back to doing what they want to in life. I love that my job can help so many women” – Lisa Few