Stand-up physio targets stigma of female incontinence with new social enterprise
Pelvic health physio and stand-up comedian, Elaine Miller, is part of a new social enterprise that aims to tackle the stigma surrounding female incontinence.
Physio-led pelvic floor group gain support of England’s chief medical officer Sally Davies
The physiotherapist leading a campaign to improve access to postnatal rehab said it has gained support from England’s chief medical officer Sally Davies.
Physios in Valentine's campaign to encourage men and women to ‘pucker up’
Physiotherapists are using Valentine’s Day to highlight that pelvic floor training is not just for bladder problems but also for sexual function.
Feeling romantic? Then physios advise you pucker up… your pelvic floor
Physiotherapists who specialise in pelvic health problems are reminding women and men that pelvic floor muscles exercises can improve sexual pleasure.
Helen Mooney meets some physios who believe that women’s health and MSK specialists should collaborate more closely.
Physio findings: movement after hip replacements and late-pregnancy leaks
In our regular round-up of reseach finding Janet Wright looks at should movement be restricted after hip replacement and if exercise can prevent la
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In perspective: Vive la France!
Helen Mooney has been delighted by the free pelvic floor training she received from physiotherapists after having her second child in France earlie
Burst the taboo: Elaine Miller combines physiotherapy with stand-up comedy
Women’s health physio Elaine Miller says everyone can play their part in tackling continence problems in women
Midwives and physios unite to prevent pregnancy-related incontinence
Most women who develop continence problems after childbirth do not seek help from a health professional, and many are too embarrassed to tell anyone.