IPPM, founded by Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist and clinical specialist in women’s and men’s health, is providing an affordable solution for incontinence and other pelvic conditions for mothers.
Pelvic floor muscle tone is a really important function in managing pregnancy, the post-natal period, and menopause and its impact on body and functions. It is best to act in time with pelvic floor muscle training for mothers.
Pelvic floor muscle conditions which are treatable with Pelvic Floor Muscle Training include urinary incontinence, prolapse, bowel issues, anal incontinence and constipation, sexual and erectile dysfunction.
Fifty per cent of mothers have some degree of pelvic organ prolapse, even if they have had a C-section, and many are unaware that they have it.
As part of IPPM’s growth plan, Aoife Ni Eochaidh is partnering with companies globally, to provide these Home Pelvic Routines online as well as providing in person and online one-to-one pelvic physiotherapy sessions from her practice in Suite 16, Bon Secours Consultant Clinic, Renmore, Galway. She has already partnered with 104 outlets, including Meagher’s Pharmacy, University Pharmacy Galway, Rochford Pharmacy Clare, Weldrick’s Pharmacy in the UK, Spectrum Health, the largest chain of private physiotherapy clinics in Ireland, and more are set to get on board to provide Home Pelvic Routine worldwide for new mothers and some not so new mothers.
It is never too late to begin pelvic floor muscle training. Aoife Ni Eochaidh has worked as a specialist pelvic floor physiotherapist for the past 25 years, she sees thousands of mothers every year and has designed Home Pelvic Routines as a solution based on the best evidence and her vast experience.
All you need is an email address to access the Home Pelvic Routines for only €70. A friendly IPPM physiotherapist will be at the end of the phone if you need any help. Many mothers don’t even have an appointment with Aoife, they go straight to the Home Pelvic Routines without the need for an internal examination.
Aoife Ni Eochaidh has designed the exercises, in the right order, to ensure even the weakest person can do them, get the results, and be confident that they are doing them correctly. See www.ippm.ie for further information or email [email protected] or phone 087 3469491 to make an appointment.