The pelvic floor is a structure of muscle and connective tissues that attaches to your pelvis, separates the pelvic cavity from the perineum, and surrounds the genitalia and anus. For many women, after childbirth or invasive surgery, this area can become weak, stretched or damaged. In this article we’re going to focus on why the…
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- Chronic neck pain
- Low back pain
- Developmental postural correction
We understand our client’s frustrations and the impact their spinal conditions can have on their lives which is why we are here to support our clients along their medical journey.
When we talk about floor exercises here at our Eight Mile Plains physiotherapist clinic, we aren’t discussing a gymnastics routine! Our Women’s Physiotherapist, Ms Jiaming (Caroline) Sui explains … The pelvic floor is a group of muscles in your body, situated like a hammock stretching between your pubic bone and your tailbone. Its primary role…
Many people mistakenly believe that it is only worth seeing a physiotherapist after surgery or an injury. However, a regular check-up by a physiotherapist has many benefits, particularly for people aged 65 and over. Assessment and intervention by a physiotherapist is useful in the prevention and treatment of falls, and can be effective in managing…