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Tag Archives: Pelvic floor

Pelvic physiotherapy remains shrouded in misconceptions that often deter individuals from exploring its transformative benefits. Whether it’s due to a lack of awareness or misinformation, these misconceptions can prevent people from seeking the help they need for various pelvic health concerns. In this blog post, we’re peeling back the layers of misunderstanding and setting the […]

Have you ever wondered why your low back hurts and if it has anything to do with your pelvic floor? Well, you’re not alone! The connection between low back pain and the pelvic floor is an intriguing and important topic to explore. Low back pain is a common problem that many people experience, while the […]

What is a Pelvic Physiotherapist?  A pelvic physiotherapist is a specialized type of physiotherapist in treating conditions related to the pelvic region. The pelvic area is responsible for a number of important functions of the body. The bones of the region include the ilium, ischium, and pubis which fuse together to form the hip bones, […]

Pregnancy and labour significantly affects a woman’s pelvic health, making a trained pelvic health physiotherapist an integral part of any woman’s prenatal and postpartum care team. Expectant mothers, and those immediately postpartum, can benefit from a pelvic floor health assessment for common conditions such as: LOW BACK PAIN AND SCIATICA Low back pain is commonly […]

Yoga and Pilates are usually popular options for people who want to improve mobility and sculpt muscles. While both of these are beneficial for the overall health and well being, there are some contrasting differences between the two that make each of them suitable for reaching different fitness goals and individuals with varying needs. In […]

THE ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN TREATING PELVIC FLOOR, URINARY & GASTROINTESTINAL DYSFUNCTIONS Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) affects 30% of women and up to 10% of men. PFD refers to conditions such as urinary incontinence, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse. These conditions are more common after giving birth or frequent urinary infection. Although the are […]

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is an evidence-based approach to treat pelvic floor dysfunctions.  These include, but are not limited to the following: Incontinence (leakage, urine or fecal) Urinary frequency Urinary urgency Bowel dysfunction including constipation Unexplained pain in the low back or pelvic region Pain during or after intercourse Organ prolapse Pelvic pain Pre and post […]

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