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Bedwetting affects ½ million children and teenagers and constipation affects up to 30% of all children in the UK . It can all have a big impact on the child’s self esteem and on family life. It is a common medical condition which can and should be treated, it is not the child’s fault. But sometimes as a parent it can be hard to know where to start and how to help your child. I know from experience, my son was a bedwetter and a sufferer of constipation, which is why I have a special interest in treating children.

Physiotherapy can help; we look at fluid and diet, exercises, toileting habits, postures and pelvic floor muscles. It sounds serious but making it fun and interactive with the child often results in good outcomes.

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About Me

Hi! My name is Lisa and I am Mum to one crazy, cheeky 6 year old boy. I am also a women’s health physiotherapist and have been for years. I love my job! What’s not to like – I get to help women on a daily basis, both new mums, mums who have older children and women who haven’t had children but are still struggling with bladder and pelvic floor issues.

I genuinely feel that women’s health physiotherapy can make a profound difference to women’s lives and help them feel better about themselves, whether it is helping to fix a gap in their tummies or enabling them to look and jump on a trampoline without any fear! I also help mums by giving advice on how to safely return to exercise after having children or after any gynaecological surgery – there is definitely a right and a wrong way!

I am a mum and completely understand how crazy and challenging life can be and how difficult it can be to prioritise yourself when you have a million things to think about and try and do. I believe in trying to incorporate any exercises or rehab programme into your everyday routine. I want to help, not add to your to do list!

I truly believe that every mum should be seen post natally to ensure that their tummys don’t have a gap, that their pelvic floor muscles are working as they should be and emotionally and physically they are well. So I would say please don’t suffer in silence, a women’s health physiotherapist can do so much to help. Come and see me!

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