Post Natal Recovery - Our Top Tips

20th August 2018

Top tips for Post-Natal Recovery

Here at the clinic, we normally advise new mums to come and see one of the team for a Post Natal MOT around 6 weeks after giving birth. This gives your body the chance to settle down following delivery and will make our sessions a little more comfortable for you however, if you are worried about anything we are happy to see you sooner.

Your 8-Step Plan to Labour

23rd July 2018

If you think of preparation for labour as a recipe, as Women’s Health therapists we would like to add some ingredients. Good preparation is key and we hope the following advice will help with your prenatal care. We’ve also added a couple of tips for birth and beyond.

Guest Blog: Baz Moffatt - Pre Natal Women's Health Checks

23rd July 2018

I’m Baz, a Mum of two boys, aged 2.5 and 4.  Four years ago I knew nothing about Women’s Health Physios (WHP) and now I honestly feel they could be my specialist topic on Mastermind!  I’m also a PT in Wandsworth and work with around 50 clients each week, who all want to get a stronger pelvic floor and core.  So personally and professionally I get it.  I understand what it feels like to be worried about or disconnected from your body.

7 Reasons why you should see a Women's Health Specialist

18th June 2018

As therapists we often keep those all-important health messages behind closed doors, but we’d like to change that. This month we’re launching a women’s health campaign, and we’ll be discussing topics ranging from the menopause, to pre-post-natal recovery, prolapse, bowel and bladder symptoms and smear tests – all out in the open, as a way to encourage you to be the one to talk to your friends and family. Many of these issues are more common than you think, and can nearly always be helped.

Post pregnancy pilates, osteopathy and the pelvic floor - what’s the best advice to get you in top condition after having a baby

12th December 2016

This week our osteopath, and certified pilates instructor, Caitlin Perrett, shares her advice on how osteopathic treatment can help you get through those early months after childbirth, and how to regain control of your core strength and pelvic floor.

Could your pelvic floor be the most neglected muscle group in your body?

23rd May 2016

This week we have a guest blogger: Lene Cunis, senior physiotherapist and founder of Bodyconnect.

Getting back on track post baby – are you doing what you should?

16th May 2016

Our women's health physiotherapist Claire Rutherford blogs about postnatal recovery.

Our Women's Health Services in the Daily Mail

03rd October 2011

Our women's health team was approached by the Daily Mail to write a piece on chronic cystitis:

What you need to know about child birth and pelvic floor muscles?

12th September 2017

With research based on diagnostic Ultrasound, the understanding of the mechanism of childbirth and possible damage to the pelvic floor muscles is now better understood.

Why we should all be practising pelvic floor exercises?

17th February 2014

The pelvic floor are muscles that extend from the pubic bone at the front of the pelvis to the tail bone at the back and act as a sling to support the pelvic organs. It also controls the openings of the pelvic organs. In both sexes it acts to prevent incontinence and also plays a part in sexual function.


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