Women’s health physiotherapy
Musculoskeletal conditions related to childbearing
Pelvic floor rehab for Stress and Urge Urinary Incontinence
Post-partum issues including Ante Natal check and return to exercise advice
Cystocele and rectocele symptoms
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Post operative rehab following obstetric/gynaecological surgery
Post-op and conservative rehab for Diastasis Rectus Abdominis
Management of musculoskeletal conditions in pregnancy - Pelvic Girdle Pain, back and rib pain, carpel tunnel
Clinical Pilates including Ante and Post natal
Member of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health Professions Council
Afilliate member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women's Health
Jasmine Lewis is a Chartered Physiotherapist with 16 years experience. In addition to Women's Health, her clinical background includes posts in Low Back Pain clinics, Occupational Health and Ergonomics, Orthopaedic Rehab and Long Term Conditions management, working in NHS, private and public sector organisations.
Jasmine has had extensive post-graduate training in many areas of Women's Health, including acupuncture in Women's Health, continence management, pelvic floor rehabilitation and treatment and exercise before and after pregnancy.
She is also a Clinical Pilates instructor and has specialised in Ante & Post Natal Pilates.
There is a strong body of evidence supporting the effectiveness of physiotherapy in the treatment of many Women's Health conditions, including prolapses and incontinence. A result of which is the recommendation by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) for physiotherapy in the first instance to treat these conditions.
The Women's Health physiotherapy service at the Spire Hospital offers a relaxed and discreet environment where sensitivity around Women's Health issues is recognised. The initial assessment is 1 hour in duration, allowing time for patients to give a detailed history and to talk through the issues thoroughly, enabling a realistic treatment plan to be agreed upon and tailored to the needs and lifestyle of the patient.
Referrals include those from Consultants, GP's and self-referring patients.