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Returning to Running After a Baby

One question we get asked a lot, is when it is safe to return to exercise, particularly running, after you’ve had a baby. So, it was great to see a wonderful new infographic from 3 top specialist Physio’s in this area, which has been aligned with the Chief...
Spread the word, Pelvic Girdle Pain is treatable

Spread the word, Pelvic Girdle Pain is treatable

The Pelvic Partnership has just launched a new campaign, the ‘Stickmum’ campaign, to raise awareness of pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). What is PGP? a condition which affects 1 in 5 pregnant women pain and stiffness in the pelvic joints...

Personal Training For Your Pelvic Floor

Many women who develop continence issues following childbirth are suffering in silence because of embarrassment over the condition. The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Royal College of Midwives are launching a joint initiative to prevent and reduce...

Physical Activity Recommendations For Pregnant Women

Today we are taking a look at the latest evidence based guidelines for physical activity for pregnant women, which is in a really easy to understand infographic format. Not already active? Pregnancy is an ideal time to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Whilst the guidelines...

Pelvic Pain Awareness Month

May is International Pelvic pain Awareness Month, a time when various organisations work to raise public awareness of issues in the area of chronic pelvic pain. One of the most common types of pelvic pain we see here at goPhysio, is pregnancy related pelvic girdle...

Should I plank during pregnancy? goPhysio Advice

There was a great question today over on twitter that I saw, Should I keep doing planks now I’m pregnant? Exercise during pregnancy is great. There are so many benefits, which we covered in a previous blog. But what’s important is that you do the right...