Mrs Lynne Graham
Diploma in Physiotherapy
I have spent most of my career in the specialist field of ‘pelvic health’. My interest in this field began after the birth of my first child and since this time the discipline has developed greatly. I treat all manners of female and male issues which are very often linked with dysfunctional pelvic floor muscles. The common presenting complaints would be incontinence from bowel or bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, painful intercourse, and pelvic pain. I will also treat pre and post surgical patients and women presenting with pregnancy related problems.
I graduated from Leeds School of Physiotherapy with a Diploma in Physiotherapy and quickly started work in The Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield. I then travelled the world, working to fund this passion in many physiotherapy departments across the country. I continued to develop my career throughout this time attending many external courses and eventually settling in Scotland starting my career in pelvic health.
I have always been motivated to develop skills in pelvic health, and find that bringing in my strong musculoskeletal background and experience in chronic pain management to be hugely beneficial in holistic patient management. I continue to attend courses and seminars and am fully committed to lifelong learning, most recently passing a diploma course with the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine.
I work for the NHS as Team Lead Physiotherapist in Pelvic Health as well as for Spire Murrayfield Hospital.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mrs Lynne Graham at Spire include:
A GP or medical referral is required for all outpatient appointments at Spire Edinburgh Hospitals.
I enjoy keeping fit by attending the gym (though not as often as I should!) and jogging with friends. I love to walk my dogs and am a keen, but inept gardener. I have teenage daughters who keep life interesting and a large extended family in the North East of England who are visited frequently. I still love to travel when possible.