Returning to Sports and HIIT Exercise After Birth

Sports Focus is keeping up to date on issues that affect women today, like returning to exercise safely after birth.

Before returning to any high  impact  – or ‘core’ dominant strength work a check up with your women’s health Physio will ensure you have an individualised program and know exactly what you can do!!

If you have had a baby and are wondering when you can get back to doing activities, book in for a ‘Women’s Health Assessment” with one of our Women’s Health Physiotherapists today. You should be  six weeks post baby for your appointment. If you have any concerns with your recovery , come in sooner so we can treat those post – birth sore back and shoulder issues.

Think you do /don/t need your belt or binder anymore – get your tummy checked today!

Why see a Women’s Health Physio?

  • 1:1 assessment of your spine, core, pelvic floor, and abdominal wall will give you a comprehensive guide of what your body is ready to do…
  • We look at your posture, any previous or current issues Spine, Hip, Knee etc.
  • We assess your Abdominal  muscles and determine if your tummy muscles are recovered
  • We do an Internal vaginal assessment of the Pelvic floor to check on your returning strength
  • We can answer your questions on your recovery
  • Guide your exercise options and create effective home exercise programs
  • work with Pelvic Floor Safe Personal trainers

Our experienced Women’s health Physio’s are available at:

Northbridge  northbrige@sportsfocusphysio.com.au  9958 8986

Liverpool        liverpool@sportsfocusphysio.com.au     9601 8411

Author

Vanea Atwood

Principal  Sports Focus Physiotherapy

Senior Pelvic & Women’s Health Physiotherapist
Pilates Clinician
Grad Dip Phty, MCSP, APAM
(Northbridge, Liverpool)