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Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis, a systemic skeletal disease, is characterised by low bone mass and bone tissue deterioration resulting in increased fragility of the bone and susceptibility to injury

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse

50% of women will have, at some point of their life, some signs or symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse (POP). But what is it?

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YOUR pregnancy journey

With the postponement of the antenatal classes at Limerick’s maternity hospital and many health staff including physiotherapists redeployed as a result of the covid-19 pandemic, expectant mothers might be left with unanswered questions or fear of not knowing the right thing to do.

This mini blog series aims to help you during the weeks and months between now and when your baby arrives.

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1 week ago

YOUtherapies

🙋🏼‍♀️ Do YOU want to work with the nicest customers in a relaxed atmosphere?

📱🖥📞 We are looking to find an awesome clinic administrator to join us early next year.
We’re not in a hurry because we want just the right fit. 😉 No pressure… but you have Shauna’s big beautiful shoes to fill.

😊 A positive friendly character is essential with a good ability for efficient organisation within a small growing team.

⏰ You will have some flexibility around working hours and receive training and support. You’ll also get treatments and classes as part of your package 🥰

💌 Please email us your letter of interest and CV.
✖️ We will not be accepting applications on social media channels but do feel free to tag or share this post with your friends who might suit this job.
#clinicadministrator #ennisjobs #clarejobs #physiotherapyjobs
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🙋🏼‍♀️ Do YOU want to work with the nicest customers in a relaxed atmosphere? 

📱🖥📞 We are looking to find an awesome clinic administrator to join us early next year. 
We’re not in a hurry because we want just the right fit. 😉 No pressure… but you have Shauna’s big beautiful shoes to fill.

😊 A positive friendly character is essential with a good ability for efficient organisation within a small growing team. 

⏰ You will have some flexibility around working hours and receive training and support. You’ll also get treatments and classes as part of your package 🥰

💌 Please email us your letter of interest and CV. 
✖️ We will not be accepting applications on social media channels but do feel free to tag or share this post with your friends who might suit this job. 
#clinicadministrator #ennisjobs #clarejobs #physiotherapyjobs

2 weeks ago

YOUtherapies

CONGRATULATIONS ON THE BIRTH OF YOUR NEW BABY ! 🤱👶

To guide you through the next steps of your journey, here’re some tips of what you can do and when.

🧘‍♀️ In the early days TAKE IT EASY : rest when you can, eat healthy, drink a lot of water, avoid to lift anything heavier than your baby and enjoy the start of your new life. It’s ok to not be exercising and allow your body to recover and heal.

😤 If you are keen to do some gentle exercises, you can start with some BREATH work. Lying on your back knees bent, hands on belly and inhale and exhale gently. Try to notice the movement of your belly. As you inhale it should be rising up and as you exhale softening inwards/down.

😤👖 After about 4/5 days if you feel that going well you could do similar but on the exhale try to feel some tensing of the abs like your trying to zip up the TUMMY muscles/fit into tight jeans.

🤷‍♀️ If you don’t feel sore (especially if you had stitches) you can start to connect with your PELVIC FLOOR again. Contract your pelvic floor muscles when you exhale, relax when you inhale. Imagine you’re trying to hold a wee or a wind then relax. Start with 3-5 repetitions and build up to 10. These exercises can be done 1-3 times a day.

🚶‍♀️When you feel well enough, little WALKS can be good. Perhaps start with 10 mins and increase slowly.

👍🏃‍♀️ To progress even more, you can book a postnatal check-up with a woman’s health physio and/or join our YOU and BABY classes, ideally to start 6-8 WEEKS after the birth.
We’ll be happy to help in your recovery whatever you had a vaginal birth or a C-section, if it’s your first baby or the 5th and even if it’s months after the birth, it’s never too late !
You’ll be taught how to control your pelvic floor, strengthen your tummy and body in general and progress exercises until you’re ready to start running or doing sport again.

➡️ Our next YOU and BABY 6-week block starts on WEDNESDAY 10th August at 10.15 am.
Of course, your baby is very welcome too.
Don’t wait too long to reserve your spot.

📸 of gorgeous baby Turloch

#postnatal #womenshealthphysio #hardcorepelvicfloor #physioforyou #physioworks #postpartumfitness #physiotherapy
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CONGRATULATIONS ON THE BIRTH OF YOUR NEW BABY ! 🤱👶

To guide you through the next steps of your journey, here’re some tips of what you can do and when. 

🧘‍♀️ In the early days TAKE IT EASY : rest when you can, eat healthy, drink a lot of water, avoid to lift anything heavier than your baby and enjoy the start of your new life. It’s ok to not be exercising and allow your body to recover and heal. 

😤 If you are keen to do some gentle exercises, you can start with some BREATH work. Lying on your back knees bent, hands on belly and inhale and exhale gently. Try to notice the movement of your belly. As you inhale it should be rising up and as you exhale softening inwards/down.

😤👖 After about 4/5 days if you feel that going well you could do similar but on the exhale try to feel some tensing of the abs like your trying to zip up the TUMMY muscles/fit into tight jeans.

🤷‍♀️ If you don’t feel sore (especially if you had stitches) you can start to connect with your PELVIC FLOOR again. Contract your pelvic floor muscles when you exhale, relax when you inhale. Imagine you’re trying to hold a wee or a wind then relax. Start with 3-5 repetitions and build up to 10. These exercises can be done 1-3 times a day.

🚶‍♀️When you feel well enough, little WALKS can be good. Perhaps start with 10 mins and increase slowly. 

👍🏃‍♀️ To progress even more, you can book a postnatal check-up with a woman’s health physio and/or join our YOU and BABY classes, ideally to start 6-8 WEEKS after the birth.  
We’ll be happy to help in your recovery whatever you had a vaginal birth or a C-section, if it’s your first baby or the 5th and even if it’s months after the birth, it’s never too late ! 
You’ll be taught how to control your pelvic floor, strengthen your tummy and body in general and progress exercises until you’re ready to start running or doing sport again. 

➡️ Our next YOU and BABY 6-week block starts on WEDNESDAY 10th August at 10.15 am. 
Of course, your baby is very welcome too. 
Don’t wait too long to reserve your spot. 

📸 of gorgeous baby Turloch 

#postnatal #womenshealthphysio #hardcorepelvicfloor #physioforyou #physioworks #postpartumfitness #physiotherapy

3 weeks ago

YOUtherapies

Exercise of moderate intensity in uncomplicated pregnancies appears to cause no risk to Mammy or baby but the benefits are certain!
There is strong evidence that when you exercise during pregnancy there is a reduction in hypertensive disorders (high blood pressure), excessive weight gain and the risk of gestational diabetes.
And there might be a reduction in your risk of depression, anxiety or stress.
If you want these benefits join our next block of pregnancy exercise classes led by women’s health physiotherapist Cyrielle on Thursday evenings at 5.45pm.
#prenatalfitness #pregnanyexercise #youandbump #womenshealthphysio #hardcorepelvicfloor #gestationaldiabetes
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Exercise of moderate intensity in uncomplicated pregnancies appears to cause no risk to Mammy or baby but the benefits are certain! 
There is strong evidence that when you exercise during pregnancy there is a reduction in hypertensive disorders (high blood pressure), excessive weight gain and the risk of gestational diabetes. 
And there might be a reduction in your risk of depression, anxiety or stress. 
If you want these benefits join our next block of pregnancy exercise classes led by women’s health physiotherapist Cyrielle on Thursday evenings at 5.45pm. 
#prenatalfitness #pregnanyexercise #youandbump #womenshealthphysio #hardcorepelvicfloor #gestationaldiabetes

2 months ago

YOUtherapies

🤯 Did you know that there are 10 main grip types for our wrist and hand?! And we could even argue for 20 because of slight changes depending on size of object being manipulated!
🤲 If you’ve had a hand injury, arthritis, surgery or perhaps dysfunction due to a neurological condition you could work on your grips with a functional board like the one on this picture 📸

👊✊👌🤌🤏👉🤙

👩🏼👩🏻👩🏼‍🦱 Every week as a team we get together for inservice training to learn from one another. We practice skills and techniques, appraise new research and discuss complex cases.

Today physio student Lily gave us an excellent presentation on wrist fractures and the physiotherapy management.
Three (or four) heads are better than one 🧠🧠🧠🧠
#physiotherapy #handtherapy #wristfracture #strokerehab #finemotorskills #physioworks #physioforyou #forallofyou
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🤯 Did you know that there are 10 main grip types for our wrist and hand?! And we could even argue for 20 because of slight changes depending on size of object being manipulated!
🤲 If you’ve had a hand injury, arthritis, surgery or perhaps dysfunction due to a neurological condition you could work on your grips with a functional board like the one on this picture 📸

👊✊👌🤌🤏👉🤙

👩🏼👩🏻👩🏼‍🦱 Every week as a team we get together for inservice training to learn from one another. We practice skills and techniques, appraise new research and discuss complex cases.  

Today physio student Lily gave us an excellent presentation on wrist fractures and the physiotherapy management.
Three (or four) heads are better than one 🧠🧠🧠🧠
#physiotherapy #handtherapy #wristfracture #strokerehab #finemotorskills #physioworks #physioforyou #forallofyou

2 months ago

YOUtherapies

Today is the Summer Solstice ☀️ and international day of yoga 🧘🏻‍♀️
So as the year flips to days getting shorter here’s me flipped on my head in sirsasana/headstand - a yoga posture to challenge your physical and mental balance and focus 🧠
#physioga #yogaforall #physioforyou #foreveryyou #yoga #sirsasana #headstand #mindandbody #exerciseismedicine #summersolstice #internationaldayofyoga
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Today is the Summer Solstice ☀️ and international day of yoga 🧘🏻‍♀️ 
So as the year flips to days getting shorter here’s me flipped on my head in sirsasana/headstand - a yoga posture to challenge your physical and mental balance and focus 🧠 
#physioga #yogaforall #physioforyou #foreveryyou #yoga #sirsasana #headstand #mindandbody #exerciseismedicine #summersolstice #internationaldayofyoga

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Happy International Yoga and Summer Solstice Day.

At one with the earth. Wonderful

Wow Aideen, I can barely stand on my feet😂😂

That's amazing Aideen 👋👋🤗

V impressive

Just Wow!!!

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