Posts Tagged ‘Physiotherapy’

How You Should Poop

Did you know that there is a proper way to poop? That’s right, you’ve probably been pooping wrong for most of your life. If you have issues with constipation, straining, haemorrhoids or fissures, it could be because of the way you poop. You should be emptying your bowels on a daily basis, and it should…

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3 Ways To Exercise Your Pelvic Floor

There are a number of different ways you can exercise your pelvic floor muscles, and it’s more than just kegels. If you’ve fallen pregnant, given birth, experienced bladder or bowel leakage (incontinence), pelvic organ prolapse or diastasis recti, pelvic floor exercises can help your body recover.     Here are 3 exercises to help you…

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2nd EndoActive Endometriosis Conference

EndoActive is hosting their 2nd Endometriosis Conference in Sydney Australia on September 9, and judging by the agenda it’s going to be awesome!     I attended their 1st conference back in 2015 and it was nothing short of amazing. Seeing hundreds of women and girls with endometriosis and their families travelling from all over…

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7 Startling Secrets No-One Tells You About Motherhood — Part 1

incontinence, prolapse, motherhood, pregnancy, pelvic floor, endometriosis, women's health, women, pelvic, pelvis, kegel, bladder, bowel, physiotherapy, pilates, yoga, pelvic pain, back pain, mummy tummy, mum bum, diastasis recti, diastasis rectus, abdominal, exercise, abdominal separation, labor, childbirth, recovery, period pain, menstruation, menstrual, PND, PMS, cramps, sex, painful sex, physio, medicine, health, mother, baby, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, urinary & faecal incontinence, constipation, anal sphincter injuries, period problems, sexual pain, Gynaecologist, Colorectal Surgeon, specialist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, online program, hormones, leak urine, leak pee, leak poo, nutritionist, obstetricians, midwives, no surgery

I’m going to let you in on a few mind-blowing, life-changing secrets about motherhood that no-one is talking about. Why? Because something I share could save your life, it could save your relationship, or at the very least it could save your sanity and self-worth. No-one is talking about these topics because they are, sadly, still taboo. Which is…

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What Is Normal After Having A Baby? Part 2

incontinence, prolapse, motherhood, pregnancy, pelvic floor, endometriosis, women's health, women, pelvic, pelvis, kegel, bladder, bowel, physiotherapy, pilates, yoga, pelvic pain, back pain, mummy tummy, mum bum, diastasis recti, diastasis rectus, abdominal, exercise, abdominal separation, labor, childbirth, recovery, period pain, menstruation, menstrual, PND, PMS, cramps, sex, painful sex, physio, medicine, health, mother, baby, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, urinary & faecal incontinence, constipation, anal sphincter injuries, period problems, sexual pain, Gynaecologist, Colorectal Surgeon, specialist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, online program, hormones, leak urine, leak pee, leak poo, nutritionist, obstetricians, midwives, no surgery

Last week, we talked about what is normal and common after having a baby. We discussed post-partum vaginal bleeding and discharge, abdominal separation, lactation and the baby blues. This week we’re going to have a look at what is common after birth, but not normal. Prolapse is surprisingly common post-birth affecting about 50% of women.…

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What Is Normal After Having A Baby? Part 1

incontinence, prolapse, motherhood, pregnancy, pelvic floor, endometriosis, women's health, women, pelvic, pelvis, kegel, bladder, bowel, physiotherapy, pilates, yoga, pelvic pain, back pain, mummy tummy, mum bum, diastasis recti, diastasis rectus, abdominal, exercise, abdominal separation, labor, childbirth, recovery, period pain, menstruation, menstrual, PND, PMS, cramps, sex, painful sex, physio, medicine, health, mother, baby, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, urinary & faecal incontinence, constipation, anal sphincter injuries, period problems, sexual pain, Gynaecologist, Colorectal Surgeon, specialist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, online program, hormones, leak urine, leak pee, leak poo, nutritionist, obstetricians, midwives, no surgery

New mothers have often enough on their plate looking after their new bub. Worrying about the changes in their body can sometimes become a real focus and cause for concern. Changes in the body are very normal and usually temporary. You need to give your body time to start to feel and look a little…

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Why do Women have Back or Pelvic Pain during their Periods?

incontinence, prolapse, motherhood, pregnancy, pelvic floor, endometriosis, women's health, women, pelvic, pelvis, kegel, bladder, bowel, physiotherapy, pilates, yoga, pelvic pain, back pain, mummy tummy, mum bum, diastasis recti, diastasis rectus, abdominal, exercise, abdominal separation, labor, childbirth, recovery, period pain, menstruation, menstrual, PND, PMS, cramps, sex, painful sex, physio, medicine, health, mother, baby, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, urinary & faecal incontinence, constipation, anal sphincter injuries, period problems, sexual pain, Gynaecologist, Colorectal Surgeon, specialist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, online program, hormones, leak urine, leak pee, leak poo, nutritionist, obstetricians, midwives, no surgery

To understand why the back or pelvic hurts during a period, we need to understand the menstrual cycle and the changing levels of hormones. The menstrual cycle is made of a few main phases. The first phase, which is menstruation, begins on the first day of your period. During menstruation hormones, oestrogen and progesterone, are…

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Endometriosis & Physical Therapy / Physiotherapy

incontinence, prolapse, motherhood, pregnancy, pelvic floor, endometriosis, women's health, women, pelvic, pelvis, kegel, bladder, bowel, physiotherapy, pilates, yoga, pelvic pain, back pain, mummy tummy, mum bum, diastasis recti, diastasis rectus, abdominal, exercise, abdominal separation, labor, childbirth, recovery, period pain, menstruation, menstrual, PND, PMS, cramps, sex, painful sex, physio, medicine, health, mother, baby, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, urinary & faecal incontinence, constipation, anal sphincter injuries, period problems, sexual pain, Gynaecologist, Colorectal Surgeon, specialist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, online program, hormones, leak urine, leak pee, leak poo, nutritionist, obstetricians, midwives, no surgery

Hands on therapy such as women’s health physical therapy or pelvic physiotherapy can go a long way in helping endometriosis sufferers manage their pain. Endometriosis is characterised by pain — period pain, abdominal & pelvic pain, pain with urination and with bowel movements, and pain with sex. When women and younger girls suffer from endometriosis, they often spend a lot of time curled up in bed…

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