Suffering from pelvic floor problems or incontinence? Our Senior Physiotherapist Caroline Knox from our Baggot Street Clinic can help.Caroline is a women's health physiotherapist and has done an Advanced Urogynaecology Course for Physiotherapists and has extensive experience in treating pelvic pain in the public and private settings.
Many people might not be aware that Physiotherapists can provide a number of treatments which can help with a number of health problems which women may encounter. There are certain methods by which our Physiotherapy team can provide these Women’s Health treatments, with one of the most common being acupuncture. Most people will have heard of acupuncture but might not know exactly what the treatment is and how can it help in alleviating women’s health problems.
We are happy to announce that we will be running Womens Health services from our Raheny clinic on Tuesdays, from May 15th between 3 30 and 7 30. The service will be taken by our Chartered Physiotherapist Muirna Hamill who also works in our Temple Bar clinic. Muirna is a certified APPI Pilates instructor who specialises in treating ante natal and post natal Pilates and is also trained in Urinary Incontinence assessment and treatment.
With the weather improving and more people wanting to get out and get active, people are looking for new ways to exercise. With a huge increase in bootcamps popping up around the city there are many options for fun and quick ways to get fit.