Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy aims to improve the function of the pelvic floor and surrounding muscles with the help of different sets of exercises, electrical muscle stimulation, biofeedback and changes in the lifestyle. Furthermore, hands-on treatment can also be used to eliminate the symptoms of various disorders and pain. Pelvic Floor Physio also targets the group of muscles related to bowel, sexual and urinary dysfunctions.
Pilates includes arithmetically-controlled movements that help to improve posture, flexibility and improve core muscle control. It also assists in improving the sleep pattern. It builds a strong core, corrects postural, pelvic and spinal dysfunctions. Patients will be prescribed an individualised therapeutic exercise programme that targets specific dysfunctions and weakness.
It is a form of acupuncture and evolved from Chinese medicine that involves the use of thin needles that are inserted in the patient’s body at specific points. The depth at which the needle is inserted varies. As per studies, dry needling can help to treat various myofascial issues around the pelvis and spine and help alleviate pain and muscle spasm.
Manual therapy involves the use of hands-on techniques by Physiotherapists. The aim of manual therapy is to treat joints and soft tissues to improve flexibility and mobility while providing relief from pain. These techniques include spinal and joint mobilisations, myofascial release and soft tissue massage.
Both heat and ice therapy have their own set of benefits. Generally, heat therapy is used for stiffness and pain in muscles. Ice therapy, on the other hand, is used for acute injuries, swelling, inflammation and pain.
Physiotherapy has many proven benefits for women. One of the most prominent among them is that it helps to improve their health and well-being. As it assists in alleviating pain and treating different ailments related to the spine, pelvis and pre and post-natal conditions.
As stated above, physiotherapy has proven useful for the treatment of various health conditions women face. Whether it is osteoporosis or pelvic floor plan, it can be managed by physiotherapy. Furthermore, seemingly minor issues such as backache, neck pain and shoulder pain can also be treated with the help of physiotherapy.
Many women face different types of issues during pregnancy. Nausea and discomfort are the common ones, but a lot of women also experience back pain, sciatica, stiffness of muscles and pelvic dysfunctions. Physiotherapy can help women during pregnancy as it can tackle these issues allowing maximal function and resolution of pain. Specific prescribed exercises can help strengthen the core and make the pregnancy more comfortable.
The complications do not end with pregnancy. Women can face a host of issues after the baby is born. Their body goes through a massive change; thus, they can experience pain, discomfort and various other issues. Pregnancy and giving birth puts a huge strain on the whole body and often results in rectus diastasis or tearing of the abdominal muscles which can create a seperation in the muscle. Physiotherapy can help to improve this separation and re strengthen the damaged muscles.
Women who have recently undergone surgery including cesarean section delivery can opt for physiotherapy for rehabilitation. It will help them to recover quickly and resume their routine life without a prolonged rest.
Anatomy Rehab has an experienced team of western trained physiotherapists specialising in womens health issues only. We can help women who are suffering from postnatal, antenatal, sports injuries and various other problems.
At Anatomy Rehab, we understand that every woman goes through different problems during/after pregnancy. Therefore, we draft a different, completely personalised physiotherapy plan for each individual depending on their condition. Moreover, from incontinence to prolapse, pelvic pain or constipation, there is growing evidence that women’s health specific physiotherapy can alleviate, and in many cases cure these symptoms.
A women health physiotherapist can help in numerous ways. Studies show that every one of three women suffer from certain issues. The worst part, most of them don’t even know about these issues. Those who know, they do not consult specialists because of embarrassment. Resultantly, they have to deal with these problems throughout their life. Physiotherapists who specialise in women health can help in this regard. They can assist in diagnosing these issues and recommending the appropriate treatment.
It is not necessary but holds crucial importance when experiencing pain or weakness especially related to child birth and pregnancy. With physiotherapy, women can get help with issues that they may not be aware of themselves. Furthermore, it can improve their overall health and quality of life by increasing strength, flexibility and alleviating pain.
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