Postnatal physiotherapy for new mums


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Are you a new mum wanting advice following the birth of your baby? If so Amanda Sullivan Physiotherapy offer New Mum sessions covering all you need to know about postnatal recovery and includes assessment of your abdominal muscles/pelvic floor and pelvis. Physical therapist Marisa Alonso discusses why physiotherapy following childbirth should be standardised care in this informative article for American

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Bladder awareness

Approximately 1 in 3 women in the UK suffer with urinary incontinence. The Department of Health and the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommend that conservative treatment in the form of supervised pelvic floor muscle training and bladder training should be the first line of treatment offered. Amanda Sullivan Physiotherapy specialises in treating bladder issues such as incontinence, urgency,

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Top tips for a healthy bladder

Are you struggling with bladder issues such as leakage, urgency or frequency? Do you avoid certain activities because of your symptoms? Do you know how to correctly exercise your pelvic floor muscles? Whatever guidance you need, Pelvic Health Physiotherapy can help to regain control over your life. Please contact me for more information or to book an appointment.

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How toilet posture can help ease bowel problems such as constipation and haemorrhoids

If you suffer with bowel problems such as difficulty emptying your bowel or constipation then a simple change of toilet position is highly recommended by Pelvic Health Physiotherapists. Sitting correctly will not only help you to empty your bowel properly but will also place less strain on your pelvic floor muscles which will weakened by excessive straining. Check out this short

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Continence management following prostate surgery

30-70% of men suffer with urinary incontinence following a radical prostatectomy (removal of the prostate). This article published by the Continence Foundation of Australia suggests that most men regain control of their bladder over time. Seeing a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist before or soon after surgery can help in your recovery by retraining your pelvic floor muscles correctly to maximise bladder

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What you need to know about light bladder leakage

Do you leak when you cough or sneeze? Do you avoid exercise because of this? Pelvic Health Physiotherapy is a specialist area of physiotherapy focusing on the pelvic floor muscles and their vital role of bladder support. Susan A. Peck wrote a great article “What you need to know about light bladder leakage” for the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric

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