Do you have a pelvic floor or pelvic girdle problem?

The last thing many women consider when pregnant or just had a baby is the effect of that

pregnancy and birth on their pelvis and pelvic floor. However, both of these undergo significant changes during the childbearing year which could have long lasting effects on your quality of life.

We have all seen the adverts for Tena Lady & ‘embarrassing leaks' which tend to normalise

urinary incontinence and although leaking urine is common, it is definitely not normal, and

something can be done about it.

So often I hear stories about women avoiding bouncing on the trampoline with their children

or no longer being able to run due to fear of leaking urine, this is something you don't have to

live with - the correct physiotherapy advice and exercises can help you get back on