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Plus Physio
Outstanding physiotherapy in Salisbury for sports injuries, general aches and pains, post-operative rehab and pelvic health. Easy online booking
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Plus Physio Aug 4
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de Smit Medical Systems Aug 4
So what is the most evidenced based treatment for stress incontinence? Pelvic floor muscle training gets the evidence base level 1 recommendation A.
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Plus Physio Jul 16
Replying to @desmitsystems
Yes, worrying about not having an “accident” in front of your colleagues or customers is hugely stressful and affects so many. We all need to invest in good postnatal care and education
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Plus Physio Jul 16
Replying to @cancer5kYourWay
Love this!
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Plus Physio Jul 15
Replying to @TMI_Amanda
Until one brave lady told me about her SUI. The embarrassment of training in front of her male colleagues was almost career ending. Lesson learnt and a journey into pelvic health begun.
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Plus Physio Jul 15
Replying to @TMI_Amanda
Working as a female MSK physio in the Army I’m ashamed to say that it took a while for the penny to drop that some female soldiers presenting with MSK injuries would never get better despite lots of treatment........
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Plus Physio Jul 15
I agree wholeheartedly. There is still a lot of work to be done in educating other health professionals and the public about the specialist work pelvic health physios do. High level evidence, life changing and cost saving but access to NHS provision is so variable.
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Plus Physio Jul 5
skills have developed to a new level whilst adjusting to life in a pandemic - playing catch up with some admin while the Sylvanians want to join in apparently
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Plus Physio Jun 30
If you or someone you know are experiencing breathlessness following then do watch this excellent video for some great advice and strategies
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Plus Physio Jun 28
There are so many areas of maternal health that we could improve on - getting this right would have such a huge impact on women, their children and families
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Plus Physio Jun 28
If you are a runner or would be runner and have had a baby in the past 2 years, please consider contributing to this research.
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Plus Physio Jun 26
Me too
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Plus Physio Jun 24
I remember the first ‘proper’ exercise I did after my first baby - felt great for lots of different reasons. Definitely worth checking in with for a really in depth postnatal assessment if you haven’t already. 🏃‍♀️
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Plus Physio Jun 24
Wow! Amazing - you will be brilliant!
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Plus Physio Jun 23
We are seeing that for some people the effects of Covid-19 extend for sometime after the acute infection.
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Plus Physio Jun 23
Amazing, chats about post-natal incontinence - it’s a revelation! Eyes will be opened, experiences shared and help sought. Job done Luce Brett.
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Plus Physio Jun 22
Replying to @desmitsystems
Yes! There are so many emotions involved aren’t there? Acknowledging to yourself that there is a problem that is unseen and deeply personal is huge. Being heard by someone knowledgeable, compassionate and positive is powerful.
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Plus Physio Jun 21
That’s great to know. Hope your waiting list is not overflowing- sorry couldn’t resist!
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That Woman Jun 21
Yes! The emotional impact and exhausting challenge to your everyday (& the cost!) can be devestating for people with continence problems. It’s a ghastly Two for One. Two stigmatised conditions - depression & incontinence - for the price of one.
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Mothers with 4th Degree Tears Jun 20
Did you know instrumental vaginal deliveries cause a higher rate of PTSD in mothers than emergency cesareans do? Thank you for highlighting this in your courses!
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