Is it SAFE to exercise during pregnancy? Prenatal exercise: A comprehensive guide with our personal trainer and physiotherapist specialised in pregnancy
Mummy's Physio Blog
by mummysphysio
3M ago
Welcome to a journey through the realm of prenatal exercise – a journey that demystifies common questions, sheds light on the safety aspects, and offers a wealth of guidance for expectant mothers seeking to stay fit and healthy during this transformative period. As a physiotherapist specialising in women’s health and also personal trainer, we’re here to provide you with the knowledge and confidence to embrace the world of exercise during pregnancy. In this article we will answer the COMMON QUESTIONS about exercise during pregnancy and will give you some physio tips to exercise safely during pr ..read more
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How to recognise signs and symptoms of pelvic floor issues
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by mummysphysio
11M ago
The pelvic floor has an essential role on various aspects in our body. By supporting pelvic organs, bladder and bowel, the pelvic floor helps maintain continence and avoid women’s health issues such as pelvic organ prolapse, urinary leakage or incontinence. It also holds these organs in the best position so they can achieve their function. So how can you recognise the signs of a weak pelvic floor and related issues? How to know if I have pelvic floor issues? Pain or lack of sensation during intercourse You may notice one of the other when having sex with your partner. Pain with the intercourse ..read more
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Online physiotherapy consultation: Women’s Health
Mummy's Physio Blog
by mummysphysio
11M ago
If you find yourself in the impossibility of going to a physio clinic or receiving home visit treatments, women’s health specialists can still see you and help you via online video physiotherapy sessions. With the same purposes and efficiency as clinical consultations, online physio sessions will bring you assessment, diagnosis and personalised treatment program to help you recover surely and safely, with the guidance and follow ups from your physiotherapist specialised in women’s health, pregnancy, postnatal, sexual dysfunction, menopause, Pilates or personal training. What is an online physi ..read more
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Top tips for feeling good during pregnancy by our women’s health expert
Mummy's Physio Blog
by mummysphysio
11M ago
During pregnancy, women go through a number of physical and emotional changes. To promote the well-being of both mother and baby, it is crucial to maintain both physical and mental health. Antenatal physiotherapy can be beneficial in this regard, along with the following tips to ensure a positive pregnancy experience. The importance of a healthy and balanced diet during pregnancy A balanced and nutritious diet is crucial during women’s pregnancy. This includes incorporating plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and protein while limiting processed foods and added sugars. That will also f ..read more
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Strong Mum by Milo and the Bull (Clapham)
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by mummysphysio
11M ago
Since 2021 Milo and the Bull has been running a fantastic Strong Mum program offering pre and post-natal women across South London a sanctuary for training alongside their babies.  Strong Mum is a community of like-minded mums and mums-to-be, who want safe and expert training in the solidarity of a local community.  Milo and the Bull believe having a baby should not be an obstacle in enjoying the benefits of staying strong, fit and healthy. For most, the biggest obstacle for training is having to organise childcare, this is why, at Strong Mum,  Milo and the Bull welcomes babies ..read more
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What are the Benefits of Pelvic Health Physiotherapy?
Mummy's Physio Blog
by mummysphysio
11M ago
Pelvic health physiotherapy is an important part of overall health and well-being for women of all ages There are many benefits to pelvic health physiotherapy, including improved bladder and bowel control, less pain during sex, and reduced risk of incontinence and prolapse. Pelvic health physiotherapy can also help to improve postpartum recovery. If you are experiencing any pelvic floor problems or would like to improve your overall pelvic health. Here’s a look at the benefits of this specialized type of physiotherapy treatment and what to expect from your session with our pelvic health physio ..read more
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Why do I still look pregnant months after birth: abdominal separation & Diastasis Recti
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by mummysphysio
11M ago
Meet our women’s health physiotherapist Caitlin in our new YouTube video that tells you everything you need to know about Diastasis Recti, and in which cases you need to look for a professional to rehabilitate it and get a flat tummy back after your pregnancy and delivery. What is diastasis recti? Diastasis recti is a separation of the rectus abdominal and abdominus muscle, which most commonly occurs after having a baby. It is described as your tummy sticking out because of these muscles that have widened. How did I get this bulge on my tummy? When you are pregnant, the tummy muscles have to ..read more
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All you need to know about Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation & pelvic floor exercises, and why it is important for women
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by mummysphysio
11M ago
A majority of women in France have roughly 10 appointments soon after they have given birth with their Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation physiotherapist. You may think why 10 sessions? This is because women need to look after themselves properly with the correct postnatal care and pelvic floor exercises. After 9 months of pregnancy, their body has been under important tensions and unbalances. Pelvic floor rehabilitation will assure you to avoid any future pelvic floor related conditions or conditions related to the pregnancy such as incontinence or diastasis recti (abdominal separation). Awareness o ..read more
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The New ultimate pregnancy and postnatal guide for a smooth and painless pregnancy: Prenatal and Postnatal physiotherapy treatments
Mummy's Physio Blog
by mummysphysio
11M ago
Women’s body will go through a lot during pregnancy, experiencing issues and pain that could go on after childbirth. Which is why taking care of these conditions as soon as the first symptoms appear will help prevent any further complications and pain during your pregnancy. Then following your childbirth, Postnatal Physiotherapy will help avoid all undesirable consequences of the pregnancy such as incontinence, pelvic pain, prolapse, abdominal separation and more. The Ultimate Pregnancy-related conditions Guide Women’s health Physiotherapy has always been a little “taboo” but at Mummy’s Physio ..read more
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10 new tips to relieve back pain during pregnancy
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by mummysphysio
11M ago
Back pain during pregnancy is probably one of the most common issues. With the weight of the baby shifting the centre of gravity, no wonder your body ends up suffering from these changes. Our Women’s health expert give your 10 top Tips to have a painless back during your pregnancy Here are 10 ways to help relieve back pain during your pregnancy. 10 new tips to relieve back pain during pregnancy Tip #1: Work on your posture to prevent from further back pain The most common reflex when a pregnancy body tends to lean forward as the weight of the baby pulls on it, is to lean back. But doing it can ..read more
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