Pelvic Floor problems including leakage of urine, loss of bowel control or pelvic prolapse are all too common in women, particularly during and after pregnancy.

  • Around 65% of women will experience some sort of bladder leakage during or after this time, even after just one baby
  • Women who have had a baby are around 3 times more likely to have incontinence as women who haven’t had a baby
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The pure mind over body experience is a big motivator for many to run a marathon.

Each year sees Fun-runners graduate to Marathon runners and complete newbies strapping on their running shoes to accomplish this feat. So what do they hope to get from the experience?

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Typical Injuries seen in a Redcliffe Dolphins season – Megan Kelly, Physiotherapist

Working as a physiotherapist for the Redcliffe Dolphins I often get asked by patients about the most common player injuries we see in the clinic. It’s a welcome question and gets me thinking about rugby league injuries, how they differ throughout the season and past injuries I’ve seen which stick vividly in my memory!

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Physiotherapists and Chiropractors both undertake years of study to qualify in their professions. They both deal with injuries and trauma to the human body.

Many people confuse the two, believing that the services of either are interchangeable, but they have very different goals. Physiotherapists promote the independence of the patient, providing immediate relief and working towards prevention of future injury and education of the patient.

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Entire Health has Physiotherapists and Remedial Massage therapists who are specially trained in the techniques of Acupuncture and Dry Needling. But what’s the benefit for you? How does needling help?

All needles used at Entire health are sterilised and single-use only.

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Rib subluxation can be caused by anything which stretches the rib or puts pressure on the sternum. Many activities can do this.

Thoracic cage anatomy

Our rib cage is made up of 12 pairs of ribs. These attach posteriorly to the thoracic spine via the costovertebral (rib to vertebrae) joints.

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