- What happens at your first postnatal physiotherapy check-up session?
Between 6-8 weeks after birth postnatal women are advised to see a pelvic health physiotherapist for their first postnatal check.
However, if you are experiencing lower back pain, coccyx pain, pelvic pain or any symptoms that concern you, then you don’t have to wait 8 weeks to seek help.
- What is Women’s Health Physiotherapy and what are the benefits?
Women’s Health Physiotherapy is a person oriented, evidenced based approach for pelvic health.
It aims to restore function of the pelvic floor muscles in relation to surrounding structures, visceral organs and breathing mechanism.
- Road to recovery.
We can sometimes take our health for granted, until we get an injury or experience persistent symptoms which we can’t get rid of.
- Physiotherapy appointment safety measures.
Read about the procedures we implemented to protect all of us.
- What can you expect in your first physiotherapy session?
Your first physiotherapy session is called an initial appointment and is divided into three parts: comprehensive discussion about your condition, physical examination and starting the treatment.
- What is the G.D.S. muscle and articulation chains method all about?
G.D.S. muscle and articulation chains it’s one of the modalities which I use to assess and treat patients. It’s a holistic approach and it can be used for most musculoskeletal conditions. This method integrates human biomechanics with visceral connections and psychological behaviour.