Common Dance Injuries: Plantar Fasciitis and Dance – Advice from Jacki Eads Physio Adelaide

myPhysioSA Physiotherapist and Dancer, Jacki Eads, has the knowledge from her many years as a dancer, her physiotherapy studies and experience to share with us information and advicee about common dance injuries and how physiotherapy can help. In this installment of Common Dance Injuries, Jacki tells us about Heel or Arch of Foot Pain and…

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Is your Baby Visible and Kissable? 7 Baby-Wearing Safety Tips from Jane Rothe Women’s Health Physio Adelaide

Baby wraps and slings are a popular method of holding your baby or toddler while you are up and about and can have several benefits for both you and your baby. Baby-wearing can facilitate parent-child bonding through closeness and touch, allow your hands to be free to complete other tasks, and may even help with…

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Simple Strategy to Relax Your Pelvic Floor Muscles – Ease your Pelvic Pain Women’s Health Physiotherapy Adelaide

The Core Muscles and Function The core muscles are an important group of muscles that have the job of supporting and stabilising the spinal column and the pelvis. The muscles that form the core are the diaphragm, or breathing muscle, the abdominals and and pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles are the muscles that…

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Physiotherapist Jacki Eads Answers – What Can You do about experiencing Hip Issues during Dance or Pilates Classes

Hip dysfunction can occur slowly over time or happen suddenly during a class or performance. Issues with your hips are most noticeable if you experience pain, but dysfunction of the hip may also present as tightness, a change in turnout ability, a decrease in flexibility or strength, ‘snapping’ of the hip or an inability to balance…

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Womens Health Physiotherapy Adelaide: Guide for Your Best Pelvic Floor

There are many times during a woman’s life where it is especially important to work on strengthening the pelvic floor (also known as Kegel exercises). This includes: • During and after pregnancy • Menopause • “Pre-habilitation” before surgery for incontinence or prolapse • Rehabilitation after surgery for incontinence or prolapse It is important that you…

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