Pelvic physiotherapy can really help menopause symptoms

We all know the dreadful feeling of sneezing or coughing suddenly while having coffee with friends or while out shopping, and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and leak urine. Imagine the awful feeling with an overwhelming urge to empty your bladder and not making it to the bathroom on time. Worse still is the fear of faecal incontinence.

Help is available to give yourself back your freedom without fear of leaks or prolapse.

Aoife Ní Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist and winner of the BPW and Irish Permanent Galway Young Business Woman of Year Award, offers physiotherapy for men, women, and children for pelvic conditions and incontinence. She is an experienced chartered physiotherapist who runs her private clinic from Suite 14, Bon Secours Consultant Clinic in Renmore, Galway.

Menopause symptoms of bladder and bowel incontinence, prolapse, difficultly emptying the bowel, constipation, and painful sexual intercourse can be treated successfully with pelvic physiotherapy. Aoife Ní Eochaidh uses modern non-invasive evidence-based technologies to treat the root cause and ensure excellent results. She is highly experienced and skilled in the use of a variety of treatments. You are never too old for this successful therapy.

Incontinence does not just affect those who have had children, any woman of any age can have it, even top athletes. Don’t just hide it or manage it with pads, leaks on pads are so abrasive to delicate skin. Get your confidence and life back, wear your nice clothes, have a good quality of life, travel with ease, and go on holidays without fear of leaks.

Embrace menopause from the inside out and get fit and healthy. Talk to your doctor, or enquire with Aoife Ní Eochaidh about attending for pelvic physiotherapy for urinary or faecal incontinence. She also successfully treats conditions including prolapse (womb, bladder, or bowel ), pain on sexual intercourse, constipation, obstructed defecation, colitis, vaginismus, pelvic pain, bed wetting, pregnancy and childbirth incontinence (including C section and, most importantly, for third degree tears ), post-natal diastasis rectus, overactive bladder, cystitis, osteoporosis and breast cancer related lymphoedema.

Menopausal incontinence and pelvic floor muscle problems are awful, but with treatment the results are great. To book an appointment, a refresher appointment, or for further information email [email protected] or phone 087 2863013.

 

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