Women’s Health

Diastasis of the Rectus Abdominis (DRAM) and Clinical Pilates

Over 80% of women experience abdominal separation as part of their pregnancy. In this video, Women’s Health expert, Qianer, explains Diastasis of the Rectus Abdominis (DRAM) and how Clinical Pilates can assist in its management.    

Pre- and Postnatal Clinical Pilates: How can it help you?

VIDEO BELOW In our last pregnancy vlog Chloe detailed how pregnancy and post-natal Pilates is beneficial.  Here are some commonly asked questions about our pregnancy and postnatal Pilates classes.  For more info check out our video’s in the blog section of the website or feel free to give us a call to discuss whether these […]

Common Musculoskeletal Conditions Post Pregnancy

I’m no longer pregnant, why am I so sore?   As we spoke about in the last blog – pain during pregnancy is a big issue for some women; but it goes away post pregnancy, right? For some, yes – once baby is born the pelvic load is reduced and so pain subsides.  For others […]

Musculoskeletal Pain During Pregnancy

I’m getting stiff and sore in my muscles and joints during my pregnancy, but I was fine before. What does this mean?   Pregnancy is an exciting time for most women – unfortunately pelvic and postural pain can distract from enjoying it.  Pelvic Girdle Pain or PGP is extremely common during pregnancy.  PGP is an […]

Mastitis: What is it? And How Can Physiotherapy Help?

Mastitis – What is it? Mastitis is a common condition during breastfeeding that involves inflammation of the breast milk ducts. This inflammation usually occurs as a result of milk ducts not being completely emptied, and can be infectious or non-infectious. Blocked ducts present as a tender lump in the breast with or without local redness.   […]