Gary Lewin has returned to Arsenal to work with the Ladies team on a short-term basis for 10 weeks, Goal understands.
Lewin was first-team physio at Arsenal for 22 years and combined that job with a role as England national team physio from 1996 until leaving to become full-time head of physiotherapy in August 2008.
His time as England physio ended in May after the Football Association made him redundant following a restructure of the St George's Park-based medical department.
However, Lewin has since joined the medical team at Centennial Medical Care in Elstree where he runs a clinic twice a week offering his expertise to anyone suffering from a sports injury.
The 52-year-old, who broke his ankle while celebrating Daniel Sturridge’s equaliser against Italy at the 2014 World Cup, attended Arsenal’s last two games against Paris Saint-Germain and Bournemouth as an official guest of the club.
Known as an expert on hamstring injuries, Lewin was credited with saving Eduardo da Silva's career after the striker suffered a broken leg against Birmingham City in 2008.
Lewin's long-serving cousin Colin is currently head of medical services at Arsenal, but it will be a boost to the Ladies' medical department after a host of high-profile playing staff departures in the past few months.