Research shows that early mobilisation post operatively results in an improvement in pain, grip and pinch strength, as well as a reduction in the time to return to activities of daily living and work, compared to immobilisation. So, early movement will aid recovery.Read More →

Non-relaxing Pelvic Floor: Where muscles of the pelvic floor remain in a tight or contracted state causing a range of symptoms including constipation, bloating, bladder pain, interstitial cystitis, painful intercourse and musculoskeletal pain.
How can physiotherapy help this condition? Read More →

Eventually low levels of estradiol lead to the cessation of periods. Menopause is defined as 12 months without a period, and the average age that this occurs in women is 51 years.Read More →

The Realtime Ultrasound is used as an assessment and treatment tool to visualise the pelvic floor externally and improve awareness of a voluntary contraction of these muscles.Read More →

Stress urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine with activities that increase the pressure inside the abdomen. The mechanism of urinary continence is reliant on several factors…Read More →

Niggling injuries can significantly affect your training and performance. Getting injuries addressed in a timely manner can improve your outcomes and allow you to get back to training and running quicker.Read More →

Leaking urine when your pregnant? Is this considered normal too? No, it’s absolutely not. Leaking, as opposed to ‘going all the time’ usually indicates that something is going on with your pelvic floor. Read More →