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Free sessions during Women’s Health Week

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Often seen as something embarrassing, as many as one in three women experience some form of women’s health problem during their lifetime, some taking 10 years before seeking help, unaware that physiotherapy may be the solution.

As part of Women’s Health Week (May 12-17), Moira D’Arcy, Women’s Health Physiotherapist from St Judes Clinic in Lake Street, Leighton.

Common women’s health issues include pelvic floor problems following pregnancy, urinary frequency/urgency or leaking urine whilst coughing, sneezing or exercising.

There are various treatment options available, ranging from simple lifestyle changes such as advice on bladder and bowel habits, diet & fluid intake to exercises and electrotherapy.

Getting specialist help can change your life:

Allows you the freedom to go about your daily life without having to worry about your bladder problems.

Restores confidence and self esteem.

Helps you regain a good sleeping pattern.

Allows you to exercise with confidence.

Combined with other exercise,s it can help prevent or ease back pain.

Book in a free advice session by calling Moira D’Arcy on 01525 377751, email enquiries@stjudesclinic.com or go to www.stjudesclinic.com.

 

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