March is Endometriosis awareness month and The Female Physio Launceston is aiming to bring attention to this common condition affecting 1 in 9 people assigned female at birth. What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis (or Endo) is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows in other places around the body. Endo can […]
Pelvic pain isn’t normal but you are not alone. Pelvic pain affects 1 in 5 Women at some point in their life. Learn about a type of vulval pain called Vulvodynia and how physiotherapy may help.
Understanding the pelvic floor is our first step toward managing unwanted symptoms like pain or incontinence.
You are not alone. Many expecting mums experience musculoskeletal pain. With the help of your physio, you’ll be able to overcome the causes and reduce the pain.
People have different tolerance for caffeine and not everyones bladder or bowel will respond to it in the same way.
Good posture on the toilet can allow us to resume a squatting posture in the same way our bodies were designed to pass bowel movements