Prevent pregnancy problems with specific physiotherapy...
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by Perfect Balance
1M ago
Physiotherapy play a supportive role during pregnancy by addressing various musculoskeletal issues, promoting overall physical well-being, and assisting in preventing some common pregnancy-related problems. Here are some ways in which physiotherapy might help prevent or manage pregnancy-related problems: Back Pain and Postural Issues: exercises and techniques to improve posture, strengthen core muscles, and alleviate back pain that often occurs as a result of the changing body mechanics during pregnancy. Pelvic Floor Strengthening: Weak pelvic floor muscles can lead to problems like urinary ..read more
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The Importance of Loading Tendons in Tendinopathy Recovery! ️‍♂️
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by Perfect Balance
1M ago
If you're battling tendinopathy, you know the frustration of dealing with tendon pain and limited mobility. But did you know that loading tendons through targeted exercises could be the key to unlocking your path to recovery? Here's why physiotherapists are increasingly turning to loading approaches for all types of tendinopathies. Stimulating Healing: Contrary to the old-school notion of rest and immobilization, loading tendons with appropriate exercises stimulates the healing process. By gradually increasing the load on the affected tendon, physiotherapists can promote tissue remodel ..read more
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Vaginismus
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by Perfect Balance
2M ago
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 Elevate Your Training and Recovery with Flywheel Training!
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by Perfect Balance
2M ago
Looking to take your performance to the next level or bounce back from an injury faster? Look no further than flywheel training – the game-changer in both performance enhancement and rehabilitation!  What is Flywheel Training? Flywheel training is a cutting-edge approach that utilizes a spinning flywheel to create resistance during exercise. Unlike traditional weightlifting methods that rely on gravity, flywheel training offers variable resistance throughout the entire range of motion, maximizing muscle activation and performance gains.  Why Choose Flywheel Training? 1.   ..read more
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Unlocking the Power of Force Plates in Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy!
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by Perfect Balance
3M ago
When it comes to recovering from injury and returning to play, every step counts. That's where force plates come in, revolutionizing the world of rehabilitation and physiotherapy!  How Do They Guide Rehabilitation? Force plates play a crucial role in guiding the rehabilitation process by providing precise measurements of an individual's movement patterns, balance, and strength. Here's how they make a difference: 1.     Objective Assessment: Instead of relying solely on subjective feedback, force plates offer objective data on an individual's performance, helping ..read more
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Tips to choose the right baby carrier for you and your baby
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by Erika Treszl
8M ago
There is so much choice and options when it comes to baby carrier. Here are some top tips from a physiotherapy expert to help guide you : 1# The comfort of the mum. Test the carrier by yourself first to see what suits your comfort and needs. 2# Baby's ergonomic Hips: Choose from those where the thigh bones are supported until the knee crest and knee rests higher than the hips to maintain a good position for the hip joint even when the baby is relaxed (sleeping). Spine: The baby’s spine is C shaped, the curves are developing with the gross motor development, so it’s important that the spine is ..read more
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Tips to choose the right baby carrier for you and your baby:
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by rahul449
1y ago
1# The comfort of the mum. Better, you check it out by yourself to see what suits your comfort and need. 2# Baby's ergonomic Hips: Choose from those where the thigh bones are supported until the knee crest and knee rests higher than the hips to maintain a good position for the hip joint even when the baby is relaxed (sleeping). Spine: The baby’s spine is C shaped, the curves are developing with the gross motor development, so it’s important that the spine is supported in that position. In the outward facing carriers, the baby's spine position depends on the body structure of the person who ..read more
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Manual lymphatic drainage at Perfect Balance
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by Erika Treszl
1y ago
Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a gentle type of massage where the aim is to encourage the lymph fluid to flow more freely throughout the body. Dr Vodder MLD method is using only light touch, stimulating the mechanoreceptors of the lymph vessels under the skin with circular or spiral manipulations. During those rythmical movements there is an increase in the pressure and then a decrease to approximately zero. The direction of the pressure corresponds to the direction of lymph draiange, because the connective tissue fluid is displaced. Dr Vodders’ MLD method always starts at the neck, where ..read more
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Shockwave Therapy Experts at Perfect Balance
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by Amy Gilbert, BSc, MCSP, HCPC, DOH
1y ago
What is Shockwave therapy? Shockwave therapy (Extracorporeal shockwave)is a non-invasive treatment to alleviate pain. It is predominantly used to heal tendinopathies and other joint disorders How does it work? Shockwave sends sound waves (mechanical) into the soft tissue or bone and causes a micro trauma, breaking down scar tissue. This microtrauma signals the body to start healing and the body increases blood flow to that tissue, therefore accelerating healing. What can you treat with shockwave? Shockwave is most effective at treating tendinopathies for example rotator cuff, Achilles, hamstri ..read more
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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
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by Amy Gilbert, BSc, MCSP, HCPC, DOH
1y ago
What is the pelvic floor? It is a group of muscles that are located at the bottom of your pelvis. What is the function of the pelvic floor? Support your internal organs; bladder, uterus, & bowel Support to the vagina and anal passages Plays a large role in supporting the pelvis alongside the external pelvic and deep core muscles How can the pelvic floor weaken? Pregnancy - the increased load Child birth Straining when opening your bowels (constipation) Being overweight Increased standing (e.g. working as a teacher, hairdresser...) Chronic cough Symptoms of pelvic floor weakness If you ..read more
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