Pelvic Health

Types of Pelvic Health

Types of Pain

Recurrent UTIs

Recurrent urinary tract infections are common among young, healthy women but the good news is that there are lots of things you can do to help. Find lots of information to manage recurrent UTI's in the downloadable booklet below:

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Post Partum Exercise and Advice

We have put together a few tips and exercises to help you recover after having your baby.

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It is estimated that pelvic girdle pain (PGP) affects up to one in five pregnant women to some degree. Symptoms and severity vary between women and pregnancies Many pelvic problems are dismissed as the “normal aches and pains” of pregnancy, but you can adopt lifestyle changes and carry out simple exercises to reduce pain and improve function PGP is a specific form of Low Back Pain (LBP) which can occur separately or in conjunction with LBP There is an overall agreement that PGP results in more affliction of pain and functional disturbances than LBP As the pregnancy progresses, the pelvis tries to cope with the changes associated with the baby growing such as the altered shape and posture, the muscles stretching and the weight gain With appropriate treatment the pressures on the pelvis are minimised so that the discomfort is manageable

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