Postnatal Physiotherapy

Why you Should Avoid Running at 6 Weeks Postnatal?

Why you Should Avoid Running at 6 Weeks Postnatal? After giving birth, it can be tempting to return to your previous running routine or try your best at changing the way your post-natal body looks. However, your postural muscles, pelvic floor and deep abdominals are significantly weakened during pregnancy. Instead of running at 6 weeks [...]

International Women’s Day – Returning to Sport and ‘Hit’ Exercise After Birth

International Women's Day - Returning to Sport and 'Hit' Exercise After Birth Sports Focus is keeping up to date on issues that affect women today, like returning to sport safely after birth or pregnancy. Amy Greenlees from the Northbridge and Castle Hill Clinics’ recently attended an Advanced course called Pelvic Floor and Exercise run [...]

International women’s day – returning to sports and hit exercise after birth

International women's day - returning to sports and hit exercise after birth As part of our commitment to International Womens Day, Sports Focus is keeping up to date on issues that affect women today, like returning to exercise safely after birth. Amy Greenlees from the Northbridge and Castle Hill Clinics’ recently attended an Advanced [...]

Physio exercise beats postnatal depression

Physio exercise beats postnatal depression To celebrate Post Natal Depression Awareness Week our Women’s Health Physiotherapist Vanea Atwood discusses post-natal depression and how exercise can help! Postnatal depression 1 in 5 women in Australia and 1 in 10 men will experience some form of post-natal depression or anxiety in the first 12 to 18 months after [...]

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