A Guide to Treating Menopause Symptoms

It’s a fact of life that every woman experiences Menopause. Menopause affects every woman differently; for some, no specific treatment is required, but for others, it can be a challenging time dealing with symptoms such as hot flushes, mood swings, night sweats, and overall fatigue. Fortunately, there are both medical and natural treatments available which […]

7th December 2022

Common Symptoms of Menopause and How to Manage Them

Menopause is a natural transition into our later years that all women will experience—and it can come with challenges. Hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, brain fog, forgetfulness, joint pain, and vaginal dryness are some symptoms associated with menopause. By understanding some common symptoms associated with menopause and learning practical ways to manage them, we […]

7th December 2022

Understanding the Stages of Menopause

The average age for Menopause in the UK is 51, with 5% of women going through Menopause from 40-45 and 1% before the age of 40. It may sound daunting, but Menopause is a normal and natural part of women’s lives. Understanding the stages of Menopause means you can be better prepared for when it […]

7th December 2022

Benefits of Natural Therapies in Supporting Women’s Health

National Women’s Health Week, which runs from the 8th to the 14th of May, is a week-long campaign aimed at promoting women’s health and wellbeing. As part of the campaign, we explore the benefits of natural therapies in supporting women’s health.   The results of the recent GOV.UK ‘Women’s Health – Let’s talk about it’ […]

10th May 2022

Returning to Exercise Post Pregnancy

A step by step guide to returning to exercise post pregnancy from one of London’s leading Women’s Health Physiotherapists.   After pregnancy, it’s not uncommon for women to be in a hurry to return to exercise. Although this may sound like it could be beneficial, too much, too soon or the wrong type of exercise, […]

14th November 2021

Benefits of Treating Menopausal Symptoms with Physiotherapy

Some medical topics don’t get the attention that they should. Often, these discussions are classed as ‘too awkward’ to have, so they don’t occur.    Far too many women, no matter their age, feel nervous or uncomfortable talking about it. So, they suffer painful and unpleasant symptoms in silence. Menopause is a primary example of […]

24th June 2021

Recovering from pregnancy, common issues and how physiotherapy can help

Recovering from pregnancy is an important process for a new mother’s health and well-being. Although recovering can be tiring, especially in the first few weeks after giving birth, it is possible to regain strength and energy through proper nutrition, rest and by gradually returning to regular physical activity. Taking the time to properly recover from […]

27th January 2021

The Benefits of Post-Pregnancy Physiotherapy for New Mums

Regardless of the type of delivery you have had, your body can feel sore and painful for many reasons. Sometimes Post-Pregnancy Physiotherapy is provided in hospitals. However, if you have a home birth or are discharged early, you may not be lucky enough to see a physiotherapist. This article explores the benefits of Post-Pregnancy Physiotherapy […]

27th January 2021

Returning to exercise after pregnancy

In this article, we address common questions and concerns for new mums considering returning to exercise after pregnancy, particularly in your child-bearing year.   Have you ever wondered what the research says about exercising after you have had a baby? Have you wondered when is the right time to start exercising again? Have you ever wondered […]

29th December 2020

Top 5 Tips for Breastfeeding and Lactation

Guest post by Sharon George and Helen Gray.   Breastfeeding may be natural, but it is not always easy. As IBCLCs (International Board-Certified Lactation Consultants), the most common concerns we see include painful breastfeeding and worries about whether your baby is getting enough milk.   In this article, we outline our top 5 tips for […]

9th March 2020
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