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Pelvic floor muscle training for mothers with stress incontinence

At International Pelvic Physiotherapy Management (IPPM), Aoife Ni Eochaidh and her team provides a solution for the one in three women who suffer from urinary incontinence.

‘No amount of urine leakage is normal, and a 100 year old muscle can be trained’

International Pelvic Physiotherapy Management (IPPM) provides a solution for the one in three women who suffer from urinary incontinence. The company's solution, the online Home Pelvic Routine product (a series of high-quality pelvic floor muscle training videos and e-books), provides an alternative solution to expensive pelvic physiotherapy appointments (which are difficult to access due to a shortage globally of expert pelvic physiotherapists), and expensive incontinence pads (which are not good for our environment). This solution allows women to avoid the painful skin condition called incontinence associated dermatitis. It also gives women the freedom to work, travel, and exercise, while feeling clean and without the fear of the smell of stale urine or wet patches on clothing from leaks or on furniture after sitting down.

Pelvic floor muscle training for mothers with problematic stress incontinence issues

At International Pelvic Physiotherapy Management (IPPM), Aoife Ni Eochaidh and her team provides a solution for the one in three women who suffer from urinary incontinence.

‘No amount of urine leakage is normal and a 100 year old muscle can be trained’

At International Pelvic Physiotherapy Management (IPPM) a solution is provided for the one in three women who suffer from urinary incontinence.

Pelvic floor muscle training for mothers with stress incontinence from IPPM

At International Pelvic Physiotherapy Management (IPPM), Aoife Ni Eochaidh and her team provides a solution for the one in three women who suffer from urinary incontinence.

Third of people ‘not at all worried’ about skin cancer

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A third of Irish people are ‘not at all worried’ about skin cancer, worrying new research has revealed, despite the fact that skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in Ireland and claims over 230 lives each year - according to the Irish Cancer Society.

Skin cancer concerns not a predominant factor during current summer season

A third of Irish people are ‘not at all worried’ about skin cancer, worrying new research has revealed.

Connacht prepare for bullish response from wounded Leinster

Connacht desperately want a repeat performance over Leinster when they meet in Saturday's Rainbow Cup second-round fixture at the Sportsground (7.35pm).

Glasson village native is country’s first female consultant neurosurgeon

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RONAN FAGAN

 

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