We’re thrilled to welcome Aisha Mir to our Senior Osteopathy team. With over 15 years’ experience in clinic, and fantastic relationships with our patients, here are some words from Aisha:
I am excited to be joining the senior team of our wonderful Osteopaths here at our clinic, this is a great opportunity for me to help even more patients, particularly in the fields of women’s health issues and paediatric care (especially babies with feeding & digestive disorders).
I have over 16 years experience working as an Osteopath, more recently my passion and interests have led to specialising treating women on women’s health issues and pelvic core. I have recently completed a course on ‘Pelvic floor and Core Foundation Workshop’ covering pelvic floor dysfunction, incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse, (tutored by Jenny Burrell, head of Burrell Education, the UK’s leading education provider dedicated to serving fitness and clinical professionals working with women throughout their life-span). Jenny is also the creator of the hugely successful Holistic Core Restore®, a Licensed, evidence-based suite of fitness/wellness programmes incorporating modern, functional and truly integrated Pelvic Floor Fitness and Core Restoration as their foundation.
In addition, I have also completed a range post graduate workshops for treating women during pregnancy. Such as Bump to Baby and Miserable Baby by Miranda Clayton (at the renowned London School of Osteopathy). Miranda is an osteopath with 20 years experience in treating babies, children and in pregnancy.
As we all know, core strength is so important and thus can be a major element incorporated in osteopathic treatment care programmes, therefore I am currently undertaking a 13 week exercise program course ‘Restore your Core’ designed by Lauren Ohayon, which addresses core problems such as post-partum issues, diastasis recti (mummy tummy), sneeze pee, and constant back pain to allow me to benefit many more patients.
Stress is a significant feature in so many of our lives nowadays and the effect of this on the body is something that I am keen to help as many patient’s with as possible. I personally find it so fulfilling treating patients presenting symptoms due to chronic stress by helping them achieve a more balanced autonomic nervous system and releasing their tension trigger points in their body. I achieve this using various techniques including cranial osteopathy, myofascial release, visceral osteopathy and working on breathing techniques. In addition I find it advantageous to incorporate diet, lifestyle modifications, and supplementation advice, as I feel these play a vital role in achieving optimum health and well being.
I look forward to next step here at the Good Health Centre and supporting patients on their health journey.