The PhysioActive team welcomed world-renowned Women’s Health lecturer – Michelle Lyons last July as she shared with us her integrative approach right here in Singapore. In collaboration with Pelvic Floor Exercise, we hosted a two-day Post-natal Rehabilitation course for registered physiotherapists in Singapore. The course included essential content and delved deeper into the role of physio in preparing…

Don’t suffer in silence – speak up this International Women’s Day! Let our Women’s Health specialists help you with your problems and fears in a comfortable environment. We provide evidence-based solutions for common problems such as DRAM, Incontinence, Pelvic Girdle Pain and Pre & Post-Natal Issues. *Terms & Conditions: This promotion is valid for first-time…

Too many women suffer needlessly in silence from women’s health conditions. Studies show that they tend to avoid bringing the subject up with their doctors. In actual fact, there are many highly effective treatments for managing women-specific conditions such as DRAM, incontinence, pelvic girdle pain and pre & post-natal issues. The solutions are often simple,…

Top Tips For Strengthening Your Pelvic Floor The aim of this post is to provide information about pelvic floor exercises for women. What are the Pelvic Floor Muscles? A group of muscles that are attached to the pubic bone at the front of the pelvis and go to the base of the spine at the…

The Pelvic Floor During Pregnancy Women gain an average of 2 stone (12-13kg) in weight during pregnancy. Therefore, during pregnancy, your muscles have to work harder than usual. Your posture also changes and adapts during pregnancy. Regular post-natal exercises will help to regain your fitness and muscle tone/strength and help you regain your posture. The…

Top Tips For Sex After Birth & Pregnancy Returning to sexual intercourse after giving birth often creates a lot of anxiety for many woman. Your baby is up often during the night meaning you are exhausted, your body hasn’t returned to it’s pre-pregnancy state and either you might have had some perineal stitches from a vaginal birth or…

Here at PhysioActive we are pleased to announce the addition of Tamara Gerdis (Physiotherapist B.Sc, Women’s Health) to our dedicated Women’s Health team. Tamara graduated with a Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy Degree from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, in 1999. After working as a general physiotherapist for the NHS in London for over 3 years, Tamara began…

Women gain an average of 2 stone (12-13kg) in weight during pregnancy. Your muscles and posture are affected during pregnancy and for several months after giving birth. Specific pre and post-natal classes and exercises will help you to prepare for giving birth and will also help you to regain your muscle tone/strength and fitness levels…