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Most new mothers often find that they need the help of a specialist or a physiotherapy clinic to help their body recover after pregnancy and childbirth. After childbirth, you need to take extra care of your body. In addition to the stretched pelvic floor muscles, your pregnancy hormones also soften your stomach and ligaments, making it easy to injure yourself during the first several months. Especially if your joints don’t have the necessary support. If you were following an exercise routine while pregnant to strengthen your abdominal muscles and pelvic floor, you should continue with those exercises even after delivery. If you had a normal vaginal birth, you can get started after 48 hours of rest. But if you had a Cesarean birth, you should wait for a fully recovery before doing any exercises. Here are some simple exercises to consider post-delivery: Exercises for your Abdominal Muscles If your doctor…

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Winter season comes with a myriad of exciting outdoor activities for athletes and families. From skiing and skating to snowboarding and snowshoeing, it is important that you get the right gear to protect you from the extreme cold and any physical injuries. When thinking about footwear, it is important that you not only consider the fit and protection, but also safety and comfort through the use of custom made foot orthotics. Whether you are an athlete participating in winter sports…

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Many people know the importance of good posture in avoiding back pain and spine injuries. You consciously try to keep your back straight when sitting, standing, or walking. But this can be quite difficult when facing freezing temperatures, slippery snow, and icy winds during winter sports. Visiting a sports injury clinic can help you manage winter body ache and prevent pain and injuries. Winter activities almost always expose you to various risks, from hypothermia to slips and falls. Risky winter…

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The benefits of massage are becoming increasingly apparent for many people with Parkinson’s disease. Previously found only in exotic spas and top tier health clubs, massage is now available in many different settings, including physiotherapy clinics and even your local clinics. Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s disease is a central nervous system (CNS) disorder that inhibits the production or transmission of dopamine. It affects your voluntary motor skills, causing muscle stiffness and rigidity, as well as fatigue and poor balance.…

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Physiotherapy involves more than learning how to walk again after an accident. You don’t have to be in pain or looking for rehabilitation from an injury to see a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy can help people of all walks of life and ages, no matter what ailments they have. If you’re entering your golden years and are looking for ways to be more active and get the most out of life, physiotherapy offers great benefits. Targeting Specific Issues Physiotherapy can help you…

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