Simple Steps to Help You Recover After Your Baby’s Birth – Women’s Health Physiotherapist Adelaide Kate Goode

Swelling and bruising around the vaginal area, with or without stitches in the perineum (the area between the vagina and anus) can cause discomfort following a vaginal birth or attempted vaginal birth. It is important to look after your body during this time and apply some basic first aid principles to help you recover, especially…

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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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Womens Health Physiotherapy Adelaide: Guide for Your Best Pelvic Floor

There are many reasons during a woman’s life that 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…