What are Gynaecological conditions?
- Pre-Post natal
- Urinary Incontinence
- Osteoporosis due to menopause
- Perimenopausal Condition
Pre- and Post-natal Physiotherapy
Many women in the childbearing year wish to commence or continue with their exercise programs during and post pregnancy to maintain their health and quality of life. The traditional medical advice has been for exercising women to reduce their habitual levels of exertion in pregnancy and for non-exercising women to refrain from initiating strenuous exercise programs. This advice was primarily based on concerns that exercise could affect early and late pregnancy outcomes. However, recent investigations focus on both aerobic and strength conditioning exercise regimens in healthy pregnant or postnatal women indicate that moderate exercise does not increase adverse pregnancy outcomes or quantity or composition of breast milk.
During pregnancy both the client and developing baby are at a higher risk of exercise induced complications due to physiological and morphological changes. During the post-natal period extra care is required to ensure proper musculoskeletal recovery
The intensity and duration of exercises should be considered to avoid any warning signs.
Exercise may include:
- Resisted band training in pre and post natal training
- Chair workout
- Yoga therapy for the pre and postnatal ladies
- Pilates basic moves
- Standing pilates
- Partner training
- Physio ball section
- Pelvic Floor & Continence
Did you know that 1 in 3 women suffer from urinary incontinence at sometime throughout their life? Incontinence is a widespread condition that ranges in severity from ‘just a small leak’ to complete loss of bladder or bowel control. The good news is – incontinence can be treated, managed, and in many cases cured!
If you experience bladder or bowel problems, but are unsure whether to seek help, consider the following questions:
- If you suffer from inconsistent urine, going for urine more than 2 times a night, frequently during the day problem of leak, while coughing or sneezing, or while lifting heavy items, while playing sports, or if you experience dribble of urine or soiling your underwear, overactive bladder and nerve condition affecting your bladder, or after child birth
- If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have a bladder or bowel control problem. Speak with your GP or one of our Women’s Health Physiotherapists to discuss your symptoms.
Fitsio+ has specifically trained Physiotherapists who can diagnose and treat continence problems in women.
Our Physiotherapist will create a daily routine for you, which may include:
- Creating good bladder and bowel habits, fitness routine to enhance your pelvic floor muscle strength by teaching different pelvic floor muscle strengthing exercises, clinical pilates, treatment modalities like stimulation to improve the strength of pelvic floor muscles.
- Ways for management of incontinence, also improve your overall health, and wellness.
Please visit Fitsio+ for further understanding of this condition.