If you are suffering from back pain and in need of professional advice and help with your recuperation, a women's health physio could be a worthwhile investment to your future health. Back pain is one of the most common causes for people taking time off of work. The good news is that by using the assistance of a women's health physio, you could be back at work in no time and free from the pain and discomfort you are currently experiencing.
21 February 2018
Having a hysterectomy can solve a lot of persistent problems, from heavy and painful periods to cancer. However, if you don't take care of your pelvic area after the surgery, it could put you at greater risk of other problems. One such complication is vaginal vault prolapse. What Is Vaginal Vault Prolapse? Prolapse is when an organ or structure moves out of its usual position. Vaginal prolapse occurs when the muscles and tissues that support the vagina weaken.
19 May 2017
Some people experience back pains irrespective of their age. The pains are triggered by various factors such as improper diet, stress effects, poor posture, lack of constant physical exercise, muscle tension, pregnancy, excess body weight, and many others. In most cases, such pains may be accompanied by difficulties in standing up, bending down, and sitting down comfortably. It may also reduce motion and flexibility of your body system. A series of home tasks can ease the pain and slowly eliminate the common health effects that may develop into serious complications.
14 March 2016
There can be no better time for a relaxing massage than when expecting a baby. Whether releasing an aching back or increasing oxygen flow to the womb, there are multiple benefits at all stages of your pregnancy. Here are 5 tips for making the most of your pre-natal massage whilst keeping you and your child protected from any risk. 1) Choose an experienced practitioner specifically trained in pregnancy massage. Even if you have a regular masseur, you may want to use someone else during this time.
27 October 2015
Like many new mothers, you may find yourself suffering from niggling back pain after the birth of your baby. This can be caused by the rigours of labour and can also be caused by carrying your baby around for extended periods of time. It's common to be uncomfortable using strong painkillers to get pain relief, especially if you are breastfeeding. Fortunately, there are several ways you can prevent and relieve back pain following the birth of your child.
25 September 2015