Helpful tips from our Physio’s
about injury prevention, returning to sport after surgery, women’s health and plenty more!

Coccyx (Tail Bone) Pain

Coccyx (tail bone) pain can be very debilitating. The pain is usually localised to the area directly over the coccyx and is most often noticed when sitting, particularly on a hard surface. Some people also experience pain with getting up after sitting, and when opening their bowels.

Urinary Urgency, Urinary Frequency and Overactive Bladder

There are many possible contributing factors to urinary urgency, frequency and overactive bladder. Effective management of urinary urgency, frequency and overactive bladder requires accurate identification of all factors contributing to your symptoms.

Pregnancy Related Pelvic Girdle Pain

During pregnancy a Mother’s body goes through a huge range of physical changes to accommodate the growing baby and prepare for child birth.

Physiotherapy for Constipation

Physiotherapists trained in pelvic health can assist with treatment and management of constipation. So whilst constipation is common and unpleasant, help is at hand. Our physiotherapists trained in pelvic health can help you get your bowel motions under control.

Returning to Exercise after Pregnancy and Childbirth

Exercise (done right) is fantastic for both our physical and mental health. During and after pregnancy there are some extra factors that need to be taken into account to make sure that the exercise and physical activity you are doing is suitable for your body in its current state.

Core Rehabilitation after Pregnancy

Safely re-building core strength after pregnancy can take many forms. There is not ‘one’ right way to do it or ‘one’ right exercise to do. There are however some principles that should be followed, and some special conditions that should be considered.

Post-Natal Recovery

It is important to recognise that pregnancy and childbirth involve a great deal of physical change, and recovery after pregnancy and childbirth is normal and necessary. What this involves and how long it takes is very different for every mother, so it is important to make sure you do what is right for your body and try not to compare yourself to others.

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence (accidental loss of urine) is incredibly common. Around ¼ of the population over the age of 15 experience incontinence. The prevalence is highest in women (particularly in older age or after having had a baby), but men are affected too.

Antenatal Exercise

Appropriate exercise during pregnancy has many fantastic benefits. In fact, the most recent guidelines on physical activity in pregnancy recommend that mothers should get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity per week, including a combination of aerobic and resistance exercise.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the pelvic organs move from their normal place within the pelvis towards the vaginal entrance. This may be felt as a heaviness or bulging sensation at the perineum, or you may be able to see or feel something different in your vagina.


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