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Plus Physio
Outstanding physiotherapy in Salisbury for sports injuries, general aches and pains, post-operative rehab and women's health. Easy online booking
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Plus Physio Nov 30
Such a great message. We often see people at home and in clinic to help them get their get up and go back following surgery, illness, injuries or falls. Do get in touch if you know someone who could do with some help.
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Emma Brockwell Nov 19
Here are Some animations that were published on Friday by highlighting women's stories, and the impact OASI can have, to raise awareness and encourage women to speak up and seek help if they are suffering with long lasting impact of a tear.
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Hurtie Hoo-Haa Nov 6
Replying to @pelvicroar
I wasn’t at all self aware and developed vulval cancer. I’m sharing my journey at
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Plus Physio Nov 5
Replying to @KatyAshworth
Tough, tough, tough isn’t it?! Easier said than done, but do make sure that you are looking after yourself too! So easy to put ourselves at the bottom of the “to do” list! Make sure there’s a window in the day however small that’s yours.
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Jo Booth Oct 26
At last! Evidence that drinking more reduces bladder symptoms. Younger women only. Need evidence for older women in future. Effect of Increased Daily Water Intake in Premenopausal Women With Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
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Plus Physio Oct 25
Replying to @Cliniko
Thank you - this is really useful. There have been some great add ons recently.
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Jackie Lynch Oct 16
1 in 3 women experience leaking when they laugh, sneeze or exercise. 😱Don't assume that's normal. exercises make a real difference - check out , every woman's . Don't leave home without it!
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Plus Physio Oct 14
Replying to @UoNPhysio
It was a long time ago now but I remember it well! Exciting times! Good luck year 2.
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Plus Physio Oct 10
Replying to @HeadwaySSW
Love hearing your Ukulele practice on a Thursday morning, always makes me smile!
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Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Oct 10
Offer women training and advice to manage incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, says NICE -
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Plus Physio Oct 10
Always lovely to help people achieve their goals (thank you notes are great too!)
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Plus Physio Oct 9
Wow! Interesting figures and definitely food for thought.
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Plus Physio Oct 9
News New guidance from NICE today with strong emphasis on the importance of offering non-surgical options for urinary incontinence and prolapse prior to considering surgical options
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Gusset Grippers Aug 19
Interesting fact - your bladder takes the same time to empty as an elephants. How cool is that? I'm finding me an elephant and having a pee race.
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Plus Physio Jul 28
As a physio, it’s such a privilege to help people stay active, rediscover something they love to do or overcome barriers to achieve their fitness goals no matter how big or small. Exercise doesn’t have to be a scary word!
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Squeezy Jul 10
The suspension of mesh for stress incontinence does not leave women without options for treatment - specialist physiotherapy was, and still is, the first-line treatment recommended by NICE
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Plus Physio Jul 12
No firm date yet Anna, but looking at a possible evening session in late September.
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POGP Jul 10
Following the announcement that England has paused the use of vaginal mesh, we echo the sentiments of and urge all women to seek the help they need from a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. You can see the statement in full here:
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