PHYSIOTHERAPY CAN HELP WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING:

    • Pregnancy / antenatal care
    • Postnatal care
    • Pelvic floor dysfunction
    • Post mastectomy
    • Post breast reconstruction
    • Post-operative care for other abdominal and pelvic surgeries

During pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period a woman’s body undergoes many physical and hormonal changes. Women may experience various neuro-musculoskeletal disorders including:

      • Low back pain and/or pelvic girdle pain
      • Other joint pain
      • Carpal tunnel syndrome
      • Pelvic floor dysfunction
      • Diastasis rectus abdominus (separation of the abdominal muscles)

 

Breastfeeding complications include blocked ducts, engorgement, mastitis, and cracked nipples.

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PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION CAN RESULT IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING:

      • Bladder dysfunction
        • Stress incontinence, urge incontinence, frequency, overactive bladder
      • Bowel dysfunction
        • Faecal incontinence, constipation
      • Pelvic organ descent / prolapse
      • Pain
        • Pelvic girdle pain
        • Painful sexual intercourse
        • Coccydinia
        • Pudendal neuralgia

POST MASTECTOMY OR OTHER BREAST SURGERY, PHYSIOTHERAPY CAN HELP WITH:

  •  exercise
  •  reducing pain
  •  reducing joint stiffness and scar tissue tightness
  •  managing the complication of lymphoedema

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