Aisha specialises in Women’s Health and Paediatric Osteopathy and graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2003.
She enjoys getting to know and understanding each individual to find a suitable approach that will help each different patient restore a healthy balance in the body and regain the ability to function in their day-to-day life.
Aisha has an interest in treating babies and is also particularly interested in working with women, through supporting them in their pregnancy and into their postnatal journey.
Her treatment aims to provide a gentle yielding approach to patients, and their pain, working in harmony with the body’s innate intelligence to heal itself. Her techniques include gentle myofascial release, visceral and cranial osteopathy alongside nutrition, exercise and lifestyle advice, to help complement and provide a holistic approach during treatment sessions.
In her spare time, Aisha practices pilates and yoga which further allows her to have a better understanding of the human body mechanics and movement.
Offered by Aisha Mir, our Women’s Health and Paediatric Osteopath.
Aisha has trained further in treatments specifically related to women’s health. She has recently com-pleted a ‘Mummy MOT’ Practitioner training and a Pelvic Floor assessment workshop. Alongside this, she has completed Jilly Bond’s Happy Bladder programme, and Jenny Burrell’s Pelvic Floor and Core foundations workshop.
Aisha is delighted to now offer the following new treatments to female patients:
A Mummy MOT is a specialist postnatal examination for women following both vaginal and caesarean deliveries. It will assess how your posture, pelvic floor muscles and stomach muscles are re-covering after birth. A tailored care plan of treatment and exercises is then provided to help in your recovery, and return to exercise safely.
Please note-a Mummy MOT can only be performed at least 12 weeks after baby’s birth, and bookings can be made online, and by reception team at the clinic.
Pelvic Assessment/ Treatment for pelvic pain or bladder dysfunction. Treatment involves manual treatment both internally and externally, relaxation training, strengthening and behavioural
interventions that all work together to help in alleviating symptoms.
For Pelvic Health bookings – please email Aisha directly on email@example.com or contact the Good Health Centre to arrange for a brief complimentary telephone consultation.