Get fit for pregnancy and birth with ante and post natal physiotherapy

Do you leak urine with coughing and sneezing, or when you run with your growing bump or after your toddler? Do you sometimes have to rush to the loo, or experience leaks before you get there? Stress and urge urinary incontinence can be treated. Imagine how good it would feel to be dry again. It is possible to have your freedom and happiness back.

Pelvic girdle and back and neck pain can be a problem for pregnant and post-natal women. Help is available with physiotherapy to get your back, neck, pelvis, hips, and tummy back in shape and treat any other muscle or joint niggles. Stay fit and enjoy your pregnancy and maternity leave without pain with physiotherapy for ante-natal care and pain relief.

Pregnant and new mums want to get back exercising to maintain a healthy weight or to lose baby weight, but unfortunately, those leaks and pain can put them off exercise while pregnant or when returning to normal exercise.

Training weak pelvic floor muscles can be challenging. Some women find it difficult to activate these muscles, and are unsure if they are doing their exercises correctly. Expert help is available with Richard Shorthall and Aoife Ni Eochaidh, who have a large tool-box of treatment techniques to treat the root cause and get you back enjoying life with baby or bump.

Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist and winner of the BPW & Irish Permanent Galway Young Business Woman of Year Award, offers post-natal physiotherapy for women (no matter how long ago you had your baby ) for pelvic conditions (prolapse and sexual dysfunction ) and incontinence. She is an experienced and passionate chartered physiotherapist who runs her private clinic from Suite 14, Bon Secours Consultant Clinic, in Renmore, Galway.

Richard Shorthall, chartered physiotherapist, offers physiotherapy in the ante-natal period to women with back, hip, or pelvic girdle pain, and neck pain. He brings his US experience of treating complex cases of back pain in pregnancy. He uses soft tissue massage, manual therapy, exercise therapy, and evidence based and modern supports to ensure optimal results. Richard Shorthall runs his private practice, Alliance Physiotherapy from 4 Ballybane Road, Galway.

Talk to your doctor, or inquire with Aoife Ni Eochaidh or Richard Shorthall about attending for ante-natal and post-natal physiotherapy for urinary or faecal incontinence, prolapse, sexual dysfunction, back, neck, hip, or pelvic girdle pain.

Incontinence and pain symptoms of pregnancy and childbirth can be awful, but with treatment the results are great. To book an appointment or for further information email [email protected] or ring 087 2863013. For post-natal care and for ante-natal physiotherapy phone Richard Shorthall on 087 4030340 or email [email protected].


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