First, you should make an appointment with one of our physiotherapists. They will assess your current situation and give you a personalized treatment plan that includes pelvic floor exercises tailored just for you. They will also show you how to do the exercises properly so that you can get the most out of them. With their help, you can start making progress toward achieving your goals!
Yes, pelvic floor muscles training can work. It is very hard to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles when the conditions in your pelvis are wrong which may be why you have a problem in the first place. A physiotherapist can help sort out these issues and provide specific exercises for you and also advise on lifestyle changes and other factors that may be affecting your pelvic floor muscles.
It is subjective to determine if pelvic floor physiotherapy is the best type of physiotherapy as the effectiveness and suitability depend on individual needs and conditions. Pelvic floor physiotherapy is highly beneficial for pelvic health-related issues, but other forms of physiotherapy specialize in different areas such as orthopedics, neurology, and sports rehabilitation, providing targeted treatments for specific conditions.
Yes, IMS can be combined with other physiotherapy treatments to achieve better results. In fact, IMS is often used as a complementary therapy alongside other treatments such as massage, chiropractic, or physiotherapy. By combining IMS with other therapies, patients can often achieve faster and more complete relief from their symptoms.
For example, IMS may be used in combination with physiotherapy exercises to help relax tight muscles and reduce pain, while also improving joint mobility and range of motion. Or, IMS may be used alongside massage therapy to help release trigger points and improve circulation to affected areas.
The specific combination of therapies used will depend on the individual’s condition and treatment goals. Your healthcare practitioner will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that includes IMS and any other treatments that may be beneficial for your condition.
Physiotherapy uses many techniques to help people with musculoskeletal problems. These techniques include exercise therapy, manual therapy, electrotherapy, heat and cold therapy, hydrotherapy, assistive devices, and education and advice. Physiotherapists use a combination of these techniques to create a customized treatment plan for each patient, aimed at reducing pain, improving mobility, and enhancing overall well-being.
There is no evidence that holding your pee strengthens your pelvic floor. In fact, you may actually weaken your pelvic floor muscles by doing this. Holding your pee can lead to many issues, including urinary tract infections, bladder stones, and kidney damage. If you have trouble controlling your bladder, pelvic floor physiotherapy can help. A physiotherapist can teach you exercises to improve the strength of your pelvic floor muscles and help you regain control of your bladder.
Yes, physiotherapy can be an effective treatment for sports injuries by reducing pain and inflammation, improving range of motion and strength, and facilitating a safe return to sports activities.
Yes, physiotherapists can help with back pain. A physio can provide treatment to reduce and improve mobility with a variety of techniques. Seeing a physio will help you to strengthen your muscles and reduce the frequency and severity of future injuries.
Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) are a set of more than 30 conditions that cause jaw joint and muscle discomfort. “TMDs” are disorders caused by the temporomandibular joint (“TMJ”). Everyone has two TMJs, one on each side of the head just in front of the ears. Muscles and ligaments surrounding and attached to the TMJ control its movement. Problems with any of these structures can lead to TMDs.