News by category: physiotherapy

Physiotherapist Mandy works in Mater Mothers’ Neonatal Critical Care Unit supporting families who have premature and critically ill babies to connect through touch which...

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14
Oct

The importance of touch for premature babies

It’s an incredibly rewarding career; most of our team are young mothers themselves so we have a great empathy and understanding for some of the problems facing new...

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05
Mar

Helping mums recover after childbirth

Many women accept incontinence as an inevitable part of childbirth, with 60 per cent of sufferers not seeking appropriate treatments. During World Continence...

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19
Jun

Why it’s important to exercise your pelvic floor

Pregnancy and childbirth can put strain on your pelvic floor, and one in three mothers is at risk of developing urinary incontinence after pregnancy and childbirth. To...

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22
Jun

Why it’s important to exercise your pelvic floor

There is so much to be excited about when a new baby arrives in your family; new experiences, new joy and delight and more. But there can be challenges too; one of the most...

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26
Jun

World Continence Week: Managing the motherload

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