Mrs Jane Simpson
Jane Simpson is a continence nurse specialist with special interest in stress incontinence, overactive bladder and urge incontinence, vaginal prolapse, pregnancy and childbirth, the menopause, sex and the pelvic floor, bowels and men and their pelvic floor. She has written a book called The Pelvic Floor Bible.
- Pelvic floor rehabilitation
- Bladder retraining
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary catheterisation and self catheterisation
- Post radical prostatectomy stress incontinence
The London Clinic
On World Menopause Day, Jane Simpson talks about pelvic floor health during the menopause and what to do about it.
Never mind your abs, too many British women are weak down there. Specialist Jane Simpson has the answer.
“Stats show urinary incontinence affects one in three women, but I suspect the numbers are much higher,” says Jane Simpson.
As a growing number of people are suffering with stress incontinence, often caused by a weak pelvic floor, we speak to continence specialist Jane Simpson about ways to improve your muscle strength down below…
Jane Simpson, Continence Nurse and author of The Pelvic Floor Bible, explains what steps you can take to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
BBC Radio 4
Have we been doing pelvic floor exercises wrong? Can you ever do too many? And how can they benefit your sex life? BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour tries to get to the bottom of the pelvic floor... We talk to Louise Kenyon, a Pilates instructor and Jane Simpson, a Continence Nurse Specialist who has written The Pelvic Floor Bible.