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Guy Titman from Baslow Physiotherapy working with a patient, core exercises for back pain

Back Pain and Physiotherapy | how best to manage it

Did you know that lower back pain is very common and will affect many of us at some point in our lives? It could be compared to headaches or stomach cramps and can often be managed quickly with the right input and advice. Keeping active and strong can reduce the…

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Three women doing pelvic floor exercises, pelvic floor exercises, pelvic health physiotherapy

Pessary for Prolapse: Could Pessaries be a Game Changer for your Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pessaries aren’t new, in fact they date back to the days of Hippocrates, and their use have even been documented in early Egyptian parchment. It’s pretty amazing that women were trying to find ways to ease vaginal prolapse symptoms even then! But what is a vaginal (or pelvic organ) prolapse…

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A woman walking in the hills, tendon injuries

Is a Tendon Injury Stopping you Exercising?

Tendons injuries are common and can impact on us all differently. They can be very painful and can often leave people frustrated in not knowing how best to treat them or what to try next. In this blog, I’m going to explain what a tendon is, how it can be injured…

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Woman doing sit ups to improve pelvic health, pelvic health physiotherapy

The Power of Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Pelvic health refers to the wellbeing and functioning of the pelvic region in the body. This includes areas such as the pelvic floor muscles, uterus (in women), bladder, urethra and rectum. These are areas of our bodies that we don’t often think about, never mind talk about… but did you…

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