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Women’s and Men’s Health

The pelvis for both men and women can be the source of many problems. Whether it’s incontinence, pregnancy related low back pain or incontinence post-prostatectomy, physiotherapy can be part of the solution.  These issues have a significant impact on activities such as going for a walk with friends, playing sport or going out for a meal.  Over or under active abdominal and pelvic floor muscles play a large role in these issues.

At Ballsbridge Physiotherapy Clinic, our clinic director Aileen MaGuire leads this service. Her experience in this field is augmented by her role as Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Mater University Hospital where as part of a multi-disciplinary team she provides Physiotherapy care in management of complex urinary and bowel incontinence for both male and female patients. Many sufferers are unaware of the benefits of physiotherapy for this distressing problem.

If you are unsure if physiotherapy is the right option for you, feel free to contact us.

 
  • Women's Health

    Pelvic problems such as urinary incontinence and bowel problems affects 1 in 3 women at various stages during their life; from those who have never been pregnant, those going through their child-bearing years and into menopause.

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  • Pregnancy

    pregnancyPelvic pain is a very common symptom that most women may experience at some stage during their pregnancy.

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  • Men's Health

    mens-healthIncontinece is often a topic that is rarely discussed especially when it comes to men’s health. However, many males experience urinary incontinence issues each year.

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