Yes, there is and we can train you in it. It's called the Wise-Anderson Paradox Protocol and as complicated as it may seem, it's also easy and will help you control pelvic floor pain and perhaps get rid of it (in several cases the protocol has helped relieve pain).
A urinary tract infection is a bacterial infection found in any part of the urinary tract, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. To report a recurrent UTI, infections in the urinary tract must occur within six months, or three or more infections within a year.
Alcohol does not cause incontinence. It worsens the symptoms of incontinence because it is a diuretic. Therefore, drinking it immediately increases urine production and makes it imperative to go to the toilet. In addition, alcohol irritates the bladder, aggravating the need to urinate.
Pain treatment and restoration of movement. Whether it is an injury, an illness, a difficulty, an inability to move, physiotherapy helps to restore or improve a person's "functionality" through facilitating movement to the maximum extent possible and without pain.
Men's pelvic floor, which of course they do have too, consists of a group of muscles that extend like a hammock from the pubic bone (front) to the coccyx (back) and from one hip curve (the bone we sit on) to the other (from one end to the other). The pelvic floor of men supports the bladder and bowel.
Our body has a memory. Our genitals have memory. The pelvis that "embraces" our genitals has memory. It is extremely common to be confronted with severe pelvic pain and dyspareunia and the cause is rooted in traumatic experiences.
When we refer to sex, we cannot separate the body from the mind. And of course dyspareunia could not be an exception. The causes of it are varied and influenced by multiple factors. Such as:
After the finish, look for the physiotherapists, members of the Panhellenic Physiotherapists’ Association, if a musculoskeletal problem has arisen, in order to get a first treatment and receive the appropriate advice for your problem.
If discomfort will await you in the coming days, visit your physiotherapist for an assessment and ideal treatment to follow.
Running has been one of the most popular exercise habits for a decade now, with measurable health benefits, including cardiovascular health, reducing strokes, hypertension, increasing bone density, as well as combating depression and increasing positive mood.
The effectiveness of pelvic floor exercises in the treatment of a multitude of problems, including Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM), is now beginning to become known to the general public.
Research being conducted offers solid findings on the effectiveness of the physiotherapy approach to problems such as dyspareunia and sexual dysfunction. The following article provides tangible solutions to women who have suffered for years and remain unresponsive.
Aqua exercise, which is different from swimming, focuses on how to be as inefficient as possible to create caloric burning effect. The most effective way to do this is to use the properties of water, buoyancy, resistance and turbulence in an upright position.
A bunion is a bump on the side of the foot that develops at the joint where the big toe connects to the foot. It can be classified as mild, moderate, large, or severe. Several factors may cause bunions. Bunions most often develop in women and older adults.
Every woman who lives long enough will experience this life transition. Yet many PTs are unaware that their skills as movement experts can help prepare women for menopause, ease some of its side effects, and contribute to a longer, healthier life. Physical therapy for women prior to, during, and beyond menopause is a largely untapped niche for women's health providers and an opportunity to reach patients across the lifespan.
Barbell workouts are great for developing muscle strength and endurance, and this form of resistance training is effective in maintaining bone mass as well as being an enjoyable form of weight training.
What is a Meniscal Tear? The meniscus is a cartilage disc that cushions your knee. Each of your knees has 2 menisci (plural of meniscus); one on the inner (medial) part of the knee, and the other on the outer (lateral) part of the knee. Together, they act to absorb shock and stabilize the knee joint.
In the first week or two after having a caesarean it is common to experience discomfort or even pain when getting in/out of bed, walking any distance, carrying out any activities that cause strain on your tummy and when going to the toilet to pass urine or open your bowels. This is because of the wound in your tummy and womb and how your tummy muscles, bladder and bowel have been moved around during surgery. Having an anesthetic and pain medication can also leave you feeling more tired than usual and can sometimes cause sickness.
One sobering study shows that people with anxiety tend to be more sedentary and do less intense forms of physical activity, if any. That’s ironic, because lacing up your sneakers and getting out and moving may be the single best nonmedical solution we have for preventing and treating anxiety. A simple bike ride, dance class, or even a brisk walk can be a powerful tool for those suffering from chronic anxiety. Activities like these also help people who are feeling overly nervous and anxious about an upcoming test, a big presentation, or an important meeting.
Bowel problems can occur at any age and the type of problem you have may influence the treatment you are offered. This leaflet outlines some conservative (non-surgical) treatments you may be offered and some changes you may be able to make yourself to help your symptoms.
Diaphragmatic breathing is a type of breathing exercise that helps strengthen your diaphragm, an important muscle that helps you breathe as it represents 80% of breathing. This breathing exercise is also sometimes called( belly breathing or abdominal breathing).