With PhysioYoga, you get the best of both worlds of using mindful yoga movements to help attain your physiotherapy goals!
Exercise during pregnancy in general can help with fatigue, can maintain or improve muscle strength and can also help improve mood and reduce postpartum depression.
In PART TWO let’s discuss what your pelvic floor physiotherapist considers when making an individualized plan with you as you return to movement and exercise.
If you think you may have nerve compression in your arms, please see a qualified medical professional, such as a registered physiotherapist, who can help you sort it out.
Whether you are getting ready for a mastectomy, a bone marrow transplant, or gynaecological surgery, knowledgeable planning during any stage of treatments can be very helpful in maximizing your outcomes.
An individualized assessment by a qualified pelvic floor physiotherapist can help answer your questions and give you an individualized plan based on your needs.
If you are having difficulty using your disc or cup a pelvic floor physiotherapist may be able to help.
Once your body reaches menopause bone loss increases. On average, a woman can lose 6% of bone in the first 3 years of menopause.
Persistent pain can be a problem for about 1/3 of individuals who have had a mastectomy or lumpectomy. If you or someone you know has ongoing pain after breast cancer surgery it is important to determine what is the cause of your pain.
Lymph has a strong role in helping our bodies detoxify and fight disease.
A Sometimes un-POOP-ular Topic
When seeking treatment for dyspareunia it is important to find a practitioner who will listen to your concerns and will provide an effective treatment plan.
It is common for women to experience pain or discomfort in the pelvis during pregnancy.
Many patients find it helpful to write down their main concerns and questions before they come in. Your therapist will also ask additional questions may be about bowel/bladder habits, GI concerns, pain, intercourse/sexual activity, physical activity, stress, and sleep.
If your lateral elbow pain is not improving it is important to be assessed by a physiotherapist to help manage these factors.
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