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Re: Recommendations for women's physiotherapist for help with prolapse

Sorry my post earlier this week didn’t get through If you have not found a WH physio to treat you  i am very happy as a Women’s Health Physio to see you ( I specialise in Post natal mothers with incontinence / prolapse or any ante/post natal issues for 1 to 1 appointments or a Mummy MOT ) I also run...
Replies: 14
Wed Jan 15, 2020 5:49 pm

Re: How do I get rid of mummy tummy?

Sue Lewis - Woman's Health specialist physiotherapist & Gill Martin AN & PN fitness instructor have a new course of PN exercise classes starting tomorrow in Sw20 0SZ for 7 weeks to help you lose your mummy tummy before Christmas. We have a crèche with 4 nannies to look after your baby - a PN pack of...
Replies: 57
Mon Oct 31, 2016 2:12 pm

Re: Posterior Vaginal Wall Prolapse Repair - HELP??

We've had a message from Sue Lewis which I'm posting here <start> I am very sorry for the discomfort the mother is feeling, has she sought the advice of a Women's Health Physiotherapist ? I treat many ladies with this condition & although it can take 6 months ( sometimes with home use of an electric...
Replies: 8
Mon May 09, 2016 10:03 am

Re: tummy tuck or lipo?

Dear Ladies, From. Post natal physio point of view I know how distressing the Mummy Tummy can be.A couple of extra points are re the abdominal muscles I am seeing many ladies with DRAM where there is Divarication - separation - of the Recti Abdominis Muscles everyone is concerned about "closing the ...
Replies: 11
Mon Feb 16, 2015 10:52 am

Re: Can anyone recommend someone to make canapés etc

You must try Milli Taylor ( Google ) fantastic caterer in Putney she has just published Party - Perfect Bites a new canapé book ( I have ordered 10 for Xmas pressies )
Forum: Chat Here
Replies: 16
Mon Nov 17, 2014 10:12 am

Re: Diastasis recti-Separated abdominal muscles-help!

I agree you must see a specialising Women's Health Physiotherapist it is not just the width but the depth of the separation. I have had success up to 2 years Postnatally ,you do have to be patient but it is essential you do the CORRECT exercise. If you can travel to SW 20 I have a new Post natal 5 w...
Replies: 16
Mon Oct 27, 2014 9:45 am

Re: Under pressure to lose weight from husband

Congratulations on the birth of your baby - I run a safe Advanced Post natal exercise course with a crèche that can help you burn calories and tone your body plus I can give you exercises you can do at home . I can suggest Gill Martin 07766 503 182 who is a Personal Training with AN & PN expertise ....
Forum: Chat Here
Replies: 23
Mon Feb 03, 2014 1:19 pm

Re: Best doctor in the area?

I can recommend Kate Panter as an excellent female gynae who sees private patients at Parkside or New Victoria Hospitals her secretary is Jan Richards tel - 07789 695975
Forum: Wellbeing
Replies: 2
Thu Jan 30, 2014 3:21 pm

Re: Postnatal classes -worth it?

It depends what you want & what the NCT are offering ? Post natal exercise ? post natal information and discussion ? nannies to look after the babies ? experienced ,qualified ,professional Women's Health physio to take the coures. This is what I run in Wimbledon 3 different levels of PN exercise cla...
Replies: 6
Mon Nov 11, 2013 12:09 pm

Re: East Coast wooden high hair + seat cushion - £20

Sounds good - thank you -
I have a friend in Streathbourne Road who would collect and pay you.
Do you want to call me with your address ?

Sue Lewis 020 8946 8561
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Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:14 pm

Re: Travel cot to borrow for 1st weekend in November

I have a new travel cot which you are very welcome to borrow if you can collect from me in SW20
Sue Lewis - Antenatal/Postnatal/Pilates Physio
Replies: 3
Mon Oct 21, 2013 1:16 pm

Re: Counselling after traumatic bith in preparation for upco

Good luck , you can always call me if you need more help (relaxation/breathing /coping statergies etc ) and perhaps Postnatal classes will help when you have your beautiful new baby.

Sue Lewis
020 8946 8561
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Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:58 am

Re: Counselling after traumatic bith in preparation for upco

I am very sorry you experienced a horrid first delivery. I agree with all the other posts especially a debrief at the hospital where you delivered . Hypnobirthing sessions may help you but learning relaxation and breathing techniques & labour coping strategies really early in an Antenatal class coul...
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Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:52 pm

Re: Post partum arthritis

I am sorry to hear of your post natal pains if you would like some help I am a Women's Health Physiotherapist in Wimbledon and I treat lots of post partum problems, You may be covered on your health insurance .
Do call me on 020 8946 8561 Good Luck - Sue Lewis
Replies: 4
Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:48 am