As one of the leading injury clinics in the northern suburbs; our team provide care to those in Doreen, Epping & surrounding areas including Mill Park, Yan Yean, Hurstbridge, Yarrambat, Mernda, Whittlesea & South Morang.
Our osteopaths, physiotherapists and chiropractors are passionate about all therapeutic treatments of women’s health issues. Women’s health can sometimes be an embarrassing topic and many women don’t know what help is available. Many times women experiencing pain don’t look any different and keep their condition private.
Women’s Health refers to the treatment and management of any health concerns such as; pelvic floor dysfunction, prenatal care, postnatal care, incontience and menopausal changes in the body.
A regular visit to an osteopath can keep your body aligned and in balance, which means that, no matter the challenges you encounter each day, you can make sure it’s the best possible version of yourself that faces them. A ‘you’ with balanced hormones, freedom of movement and without stress.
In addition to ongoing care for your body, an osteopath is a great support if you are thinking about starting a family. Some studies have shown that stress is part of an unwelcome cycle when it comes to conception. It can cause issues in conceiving, which then increases stress. Removing the physical tension from your body and leaving you free from stress can help to increase fertility. And this is where an osteopath can help.
The ‘Pelvic Floor’ relates to a group of muscles that extend like a sling from the pubic bone to the tail bone and make up the floor of the pelvis. The Pelvic Floor muscles have 4 very important functions in the female body:
There are many different types of factors which can cause ‘dysfunction’ within the normal workings of the pelvic floor, some of these which we see at Muscle Joint Bone include pelvic/lower back pain, pregnancy, childbirth, gynaecological surgery, menopause, constipation, obesity, ageing, inactivity and chronic coughing or lifting.
At Muscle Joint Bone our women’s health specialists can work with your to develop a range of management strategies to aid in the reduction and resolution of your pelvic floor dysfunction. These may include exercises designed specifically for the pelvic floor, education and a variety of lifestyle changes.