Providing the right treatment for you
Seeing a menopause doctor is only one part of menopause care. Many women also benefit from seeing other practitioners. We have a number of different experts working with us to provide additional and also alternative treatments and our team and range of services is constantly growing. These treatments often work really well to improve your symptoms of the perimenopause and menopause. In addition, they can often have a very beneficial effect on your future health and wellbeing.
There are many different types of yoga and we offer a range of classes including individual and small group classes to help you determine the optimal type of yoga for you.
Yoga can be beneficial during the perimenopause and menopause in numerous ways. Doing a regular yoga practice can reduce stress and anxiety. Some women find that their symptoms of the menopause, including hot flushes and fatigue, can improve. Yoga has the potential to improve physical and mental energy. Muscles are strengthened with regular practice which can reduce future risk of joint and muscle pains. Yoga has also been shown to improve cognitive function such as memory, attention and concentration.
Yoga can promote a real sense of well-being, energising the body and calming the mind and has many health benefits including supporting women going through the menopause and helping to:
- improve mood and reduce fatigue
- ease stress and anxiety, improve sleep and aid relaxation
- increase strength and flexibility
- improve posture and mobilisation of the joints
- support the prevention of osteoporosis
Yoga Therapy takes a holistic view of the individual, using the practice of yoga, including asanas (postures), breathwork, meditation and more to support the treatment and management of many health conditions, including easing symptoms associated with the menopause, anxiety, depression, back pain, Fibromyalgia, pain management and neurological disorders to name but a few.
Elsa Wye has been practicing yoga for nearly 20 years and is a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance UK and the British Wheel of Yoga as well as a qualified Yoga Therapist with a particular interest in women’s health. She has 2 children and fully understands the challenges women face juggling all the demands placed on them – yoga and yoga therapy provide an invaluable space for ‘me time’.
Elsa feels passionately that yoga and yoga therapy should be accessible to every woman and has developed her own style of 'person-centred' teaching, specialising in 1:1, small group yoga and yoga therapy, tailoring sessions to the needs of the individual, encouraging women to develop and progress their own practice or focus on specific needs in a relaxed and enjoyable manner.
Elsa now has availability for individual or small group yoga on some Tuesdays during November and December.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy
The menopause is a time in a woman’s life which can bring with it much uncertainty including pelvic floor issues. A pelvic health physiotherapist can help with problems associated with the menopause including:
- Prolapse symptoms - a feeling of a bulge in the vagina or rectum
- Urinary incontinence
- Bladder urgency and frequency
- Getting up to empty the bladder more frequently at night
- Sexual problems including pain with intercourse, a lack of sensation or lack of libido
- Bowel concerns - constipation or difficulty fully emptying the bowel
Since graduating from Sheffield Hallam University in 2000 Nicola Mulkeen has had the opportunity to work in a variety of locations both in the NHS and privately. This includes a work placement in New Zealand.
She has developed an interest in the field of women’s and men’s health and has spent the last 12 years working in this area. She has completed many post graduate courses which have helped her develop into the therapist she is today.
Nicola is passionate about helping women through all aspects of their lives - pregnancy, postnatal and during / after the menopause. She believes women should have the opportunity to thrive not just manage through the menopause. She has a busy family life and loves to keep herself fit by running and teaching Pilates.
Nicola will carry out a thorough assessment to see if physiotherapy can help you do all the things you love to do without bladder and or bowel issues.
Peter Jackson is a CNM Nutritional Therapist who believes that an integrative, broad approach to health works best which is why he is delighted to be associated with everything that Dr Newson is doing at Newson Health Menopause & Wellbeing Centre.
Peter is a CNM (College of Naturopathic Medecine) nutritional and Bioresonance therapist and says his experience tells him that if the causes of an issue/disease/illness can be found then there is a much better chance of finding the answers.
Peter uses the Bioresonance equipment in a patient's first appointment, to find any pathogens/toxins in the body that might be causing symptoms.
Jon Burgess is a wellbeing coach who believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to unlock their potential and look, feel and function better. With both his passion to help others and over 16 years of experience in the health, fitness and wellbeing industry, Jon’s coaching programmes are helping people enjoy real and measurable results.
By educating and inspiring his clients to make positive improvements in their nutrition, lifestyle and exercise regimes, he regularly sees tangible results in his clients. Increased energy, more restful sleep, weight and inch loss, improved mood, reduced bloating, improved gut health and increased confidence are all benefits many of his clients experience.
Coaching with Jon can also include the Bio-Signature system. Learn how you can naturally reduce body fat from particular problem areas by balancing relevant hormones.
Contact Jon to arrange a free 15 mins call to find out more.
Adrian Burman specialises in many aspects of diagnostic ultrasound covering traditional areas of ultrasound such as abdominal, gynaecological, vascular and some small parts scanning but also more specialist areas such as musculo-skeletal ultrasound looking at muscles, tendons and joints.
Here at Newson Health Adrian offers a high quality clinical and diagnostic service to women with concerns about their gynaecological health. An ultrasound examination provides useful information about the causes of many gynaecological problems. It can be helpful in assessing women who are experiencing pelvic pain, menstrual irregularities and menopausal issues. Also, and just as importantly, the use of ultrasound can be used for reassurance purposes giving you the peace of mind that everything is as it should be.