Category: Womens Health

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

Sex. The three–letter word that carries a lot of connotations. It means different things to different people emotionally, mentally and physically. However, when spoken about it pricks a lot of ears. Despite triggering people to listen, many people don’t want to talk about sex with a health professional, or even seek advice regarding their sex lives.    […]

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What is a Dietitian and How Can They Help Me?

Generally speaking, a Dietitian is considered an “expert” in human nutrition and understands the relationship between nutrients and their interaction with the human body. Dietitians are fully qualified and regulated healthcare professionals with the ability to; assess, diagnose and treat any nutritional problem or deficit based on symptoms. The key difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist is […]

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Common Aches & Pains During Pregnancy

There are a few injuries or pains common during pregnancy. Knowing that what you are experiencing is normal is often enough piece of mind. However when the pain is affecting your day-to-day life or work, that’s when seeing a physiotherapist can help. During pregnancy your body goes through many changes. One of these is increased […]

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Menopause & Urinary Dysfunction

Menopause is an inevitable part of a woman’s life.  It occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, and marks the end of the reproductive phase. The progressive decline in ovarian activity causes an array of unpleasant symptoms such as hot flushes, mood swings and irritability.  At this time in a woman’s life she may […]

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Why Pregnancy Massage is Beneficial for You & Your Baby

During pregnancy the mother’s body grows and her posture adapts to the growth of the baby. These changes can often cause stress and discomfort, as well as sleepless nights.  This article discusses how pregnancy massage can help relieve these problems. The major postural changes we see, other than the growing bump, are hunched shoulders and a […]

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What is the Pelvic Floor & How Does It Influence Continence & Prolapse?

What is the pelvic floor? The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and ligaments that support the bladder, uterus and bowel. The pelvic floor is an important component of the core – working in conjunction with the back, diaphragm and abdominal muscles to stabilise the trunk. The pelvic floor muscles have two layers – […]

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