The female body has its own life story and its needs change throughout that journey. We are here to guide you to make the right choices at the right time for a long and happy life.
Conversations about menopause should be a normal part of working life. Working during the menopause can make a difficult time even more stressful, so it’s important we all better understand the common challenges that can arise in the workplace during this time.
Maintaining a strong pelvic floor is crucial in preventing, improving, or curing urinary stress incontinence and other women's health issues. Rachel Bromley, Clinical Specialist demonstrates a few easy exercises you can do to help regain control of your bladder and improve your overall wellness.
It is estimated that one in six adults will be affected by urinary incontinence, a pelvic condition that leads to the unintentional loss of urine specifically for those who struggle to control their bladder. Suzie Venn and Angela Birnie share their top tips to help women who are experiencing this.
Pelvic floor muscles play a part in a range of women’s health issues, from urinary continence to sensitivity during sex. Hayley Saunders, Physiotherapist at Nuffield Health, explains why and how to look after your pelvic floor muscles.
If you’ve recently had a baby, on the outside it may seem like you’ve recovered, but has your pelvis recovered internally? Jo Dafforn, Clinical Lead Pelvic Health Physiotherapy discusses 4 symptoms you may experience as a new mum, and how our Pelvic Health Physiotherapists can help.