Lisa Few

WOMEN’S HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPIST

Women’s health is a specialist area of physiotherapy treating all problems relating to the pelvis and pelvic floor muscles.

Lisa Few treats women who are pregnant, post-natal, or at the menopausal stage. She also treats children and teenagers who suffer from bladder and bowel problems like bedwetting.

On average women wait seven years before seeking help and treatment for urinary incontinence, painful sex or poor bladder and bowel control.  Many believe this is just a consequence of having children or getting older.

As many as 1:3 women will experience pelvic floor issues at some point in their lives. However, despite these statistics, the issues they highlight are rarely spoken about openly.

of women following childbirth experience pelvic organ prolapse with symptoms of bladder and bowel dysfunction

Hagen et al, 2004

of women suffer from urinary incontinence for up to seven years following the birth of a child

MacArthur et al, 2012

of women with diastasis (tummy gap) suffer from either stress or urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence or prolapse

Spitznagle et al, 2007

of women suffer from uncomfortable painful intercourse up to three months postnatally 

Barrett et al 2000

of women following childbirth experience pelvic organ prolapse with symptoms of bladder and bowel dysfunction

Hagen et al, 2004

of women suffer from urinary incontinence for up to seven years following the birth of a child

MacArthur et al, 2012

of women with diastasis (tummy gap) suffer from either stress or urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence or prolapse

Spitznagle et al, 2007

of women suffer from uncomfortable painful intercourse up to three months postnatally 

Barrett et al 2000

  Lisa is a specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist with over 15 years of experience in treating a wide range of gynaecological and obstetric related conditions. 

Lisa can appropriately assess, diagnose and treat women with these problems. Although these symptoms are common after having children they do not have to go untreated.

Physiotherapy can help women heal and get back to doing what they love without pain and discomfort. 

“All the evidence agrees…and so do my patients!”

– Lisa Few

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