We offer a variety of treatments for women experiencing intimate concerns whether it's pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, prolapse, painful sex, post birth scar tenderness, diastasis recti, or vaginal laxity. Book a consultation with us now to see how we can help.
Bladder dysfunction, bowel dysfunction and pelvic pain can be debilitating issues that can leave you constantly anxious or lacking in confidence. Your pelvic floor muscles are housed in your abdominal muscles, pelvis and lumbar spine, and there is growing evidence to suggest that physiotherapy with the pelvic floor can work wonders in alleviating, and in many cases curing, these challenging symptoms. If you suffer with any of these, then come and see us for a pelvic floor assessment which involves an internal examination. Following the assessment, we will offer you a treatment plan to help with symptoms.
The Mummy MOT, as the name suggests, is designed especially for women who have given birth, (either vaginally or via caesarean). You will be given a specialist examination and assessment, to determine how your muscles, pelvic floor and posture have recovered following birth. It doesn’t matter whether you gave birth 5 months ago or 5 years ago, the Mummy MOT will provide you with the ideal starting point to resolving any post-pregnancy issues and feeling like you again.
As you know there are numerous benefits of Yoga. We ensure that you are regular, and you follow the right techniques to the core.
Urinary and bowel incontinence
Pelvic organ prolapse
Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS Sculpting) for Diastasis Recti
It’s common for the 2 muscles that run down the middle of your stomach to separate during pregnancy. This is called diastasis recti, or divarication.
The amount of separation can vary. It happens because the growing uterus pushes the muscles apart, making them longer and weaker.
Around 33 to 66% of pregnant women will have diastasis recti at the end of their pregnancy.
How can EMS Sculpting help?
Along with improving muscle tone and burning fat, EMS Sculpting is a revolutionary treatment that can also be used to help treat Diastasis Recti. It offers a brilliant non-surgical method for improving this condition which typically affects women after pregnancy.
How Does EMS Sculpting work for Diastasis Recti?
The EMS Sculpting technology uses high-intensity, focused electromagnetic energy (or HIFEM) that triggers supramaximal contractions. These types of contractions cannot be achieved with ordinary, voluntary muscle action.
each session lasts around 30 minutes and there is no downtime after treatment.
For diastasis recti, 4-8 sessions are recommended depending on the severity or the separation.
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