You can reduce the risk of long term incontinence and by knowing how to exercise your pelvic floor and this is something proactive you can do while waiting for surgery.
When most people think of constipation, they normally think of hard stools that are difficult to pass however people who are constipated may show a number of different signs. Often there are multiple causes for constipation and finding out the exact cause can be difficult.
The Recti Abdominus are two connected muscles that run parallel down the front of your stomach, from halfway down the ribcage to the pubic bone. As your baby grows during your pregnancy, the connective tissue between these muscles can separate.
As parents, it can be frustrating when our child does not achieve dryness by the time we expect. The never-ending washing and smell! However, you’re not alone.
We have many parents ask us the same two questions:
1. When should my child not wet the bed?
2. When should my child not have bladder leakage (urinary incontinence) accidents during the day?
If you have any signs of a pelvic floor issue then you should come in to get your pelvic floor checked. However even if you have no issues prevention is better than cure if you are pregnant, just delivered a child or perhaps starting a new stage of life (for example menopause), come into Wisdom Physiotherapy to see how well your pelvic floor is moving and learn what you can do to keep your pelvic floor strong before problems arise.
A blocked duct is a blockage of the milk duct in the breast that can result in pain and tenderness of the area and a palpable lump. Whereas Mastitis is an infection within the breast where bacteria has entered, causing pain, swelling, a firm mass, and a fever. Both of these issues can be effectively treated by Physiotherapy techniques.
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