Demystifying Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a commonly occurring medical condition where the spaces within your spine narrow due to normal wear and tear or changes in the spine triggered by the onset of osteoarthritis. While some people with spinal stenosis may not experience any symptoms, spinal stenosis can put pressure on your spinal nerves resulting in tingling,…

5 Links Between Dry Needling And Pain Relief

Pain is one of the most difficult conditions to diagnose accurately and the effectiveness of alternative treatments varies widely from patient to patient. That said, dry needling is a pain alleviation technique, which has shown promising results in assisting patients to overcome back pain, neck pain and pelvic pain from pregnancy. Many patients also discover…

Pelvic Floor Exercises for Older Women

Exercise After a Hysterectomy

After a hysterectomy, you’re going to notice some changes. Due to the invasive nature of the procedure, you’re going to have some scar tissue and weakness in the pelvic floor muscles. In today’s post, we’re going to take you through the benefits of exercise after a hysterectomy, as well as how you can structure this…

Two 50-year old women washing up

The “M” Word

M = Menopause. The end of a woman’s reproductive years and the start of a new phase of life. Whilst that’s a constant, each woman’s menopausal transition is unique, bringing with it a range of symptoms due to the bodies hormonal changes. For some women, these symptoms can include hot flushes, headaches, mood changes and…