Exercise has many benefits for our lives including improving overall health, increasing strength, decreasing risk of chronic diseases and many more. The benefits of exercise for those with Diabetes include potentially reducing medication and an improvement in overall well-being.Read more
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
Physiotherapy for back pain as a treatment modality is not new. Back pain is a complicated condition with many causes. A staggering 80% of adults will experience back pain at some point in their lives.
Physios are experts in diagnosing the cause of back pain and providing treatment tailor made to your particular problem. Generally this involves soft tissue massage, joint mobilizations, advice on postural correction and exercises to get you back to your normal activities and enjoying them again. Here is some information on several common conditions but remember –
If you’re suffering with back pain – you don’t need to be!
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An active lifestyle can help reduce the risk of preventable diseases and improve your quality of life, by decreasing the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity and some types of cancers. It can also improve your mental well-being and self-confidence.Read more
Pregnancy and Childbirth often leads to some form of urinary incontinence due to weakness in pelvic floor muscles. This condition is widely accepted as normal for older women and women who have had children. Although common, it is by no means normal and very treatable!Read more