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Treat Pelvic Pain With Pelvic Physiotherapy In Dubai

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Many women will experience pelvic pain at some point in their lives. Globally, the rates of pelvic pain for women of childbearing age range from 14% to 32%, with between 13% and 32% of these women experiencing pain that’s so severe they’re unable to work.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy with a reputable physiotherapy clinic is one way that women can find relief for their pelvic pain without the need for strong drugs or invasive procedures.

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Ovary Pain and Endometriosis Pain – Don’t Suffer In Silence

Most women will experience ovary pain at some point in their lives. It’s generally not a case for concern, but it can affect your quality of life, and it may be caused by certain medical conditions.

Those who experience ovary pain often feel pain in the lower abdomen, below the belly button, and pelvis. The pain can be dull and consistent, but it can also be short and sharp. Ovary pain is often linked to ovulation, but it can also be caused by several medical conditions like ovarian cysts and more serious diseases like pelvic inflammatory disease or ovarian cancer.

Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, leading to inflammation and scar tissue forming in the pelvic region, causing pelvic pain. It’s thought that endometriosis affects around 190 million women and girls of reproductive age around the world.

If you’re experiencing ovary pain or endometriosis pain, you should speak to your gynecologist or doctor before seeking pelvic floor physiotherapy. Some of the causes of ovary pain or endometriosis pain can lead to serious health complications, so it’s best to rule these out and give yourself peace of mind.

Pelvic pain is extremely common, and there’s no reason to be embarrassed or ashamed. Pelvic physiotherapy can help ease your symptoms, so there’s no need to suffer in silence – we’re here to help.

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How Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Can Help

More people are turning to pelvic physiotherapy to ease ovary pain or endometriosis pain due to the holistic nature of the treatment. Physiotherapy is a great choice for those eager to avoid invasive medical procedures or medication.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy isn’t just beneficial for women who have recently given birth but also for those with pelvic pain and dysfunction, including pelvic organ prolapse, rectus diastasis, pelvic inflammatory disease, sciatica, vaginismus and dyspareunia.

Pelvic physiotherapy calls on a range of techniques that aim to reduce pain and improve wellbeing. Our pelvic floor physiotherapy experts may use one or more techniques, depending on your individual needs.

Following a pelvic floor assessment, your physiotherapist may decide that pelvic floor rehabilitation is the right treatment for you. This involves using muscle stimulation devices and probes to stimulate your muscles and retrain your pelvic floor.

Manual therapy, where our experienced physiotherapists use hands-on techniques, may be used to increase mobility, improve flexibility and provide relief from ovary pain or endometriosis pain.

Pilates can play a role in pelvic physiotherapy to enhance your posture, improve flexibility and encourage core muscle control. Our clinical Pilates experts will take you through a range of core exercises designed to rebuild your pelvic and improve core stability.

Our women’s health services are available at both our clinics in DIFC and Palm Jumeirah – find out more about our treatments.

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Book A Mommy MOT With Fazia

Book our Mommy MOT in Dubai. This bespoke service is provided by Fazia, our in-clinic osteopath who provides Dubai mums with pelvic floor physiotherapy for prenatal and postnatal patients.

This is a 45-minute check-up designed for new mamas and mums-to-be. You will receive a pelvic floor assessment and pelvic training exercises to strengthen the pelvic muscles.

We will also provide an ultrasound examination to check your abdominal muscle and perform a diastasis check.

Fazia speaks English, French and Arabic, giving patients at our DIFC clinic a first-class customer experience during this special time in their lives.

Leading Physiotherapy Clinic In Dubai

Our team of Dubai Health Authority licensed specialists has extensive experience in providing discreet and professional care to patients struggling with ovary pain or endometriosis pain.

When you attend our physiotherapy clinic, we’ll take the time to get to know you and learn more about your specific needs. We’ll then create a bespoke treatment plan to help you manage your pain and get back to enjoying life again.

There’s no need to be embarrassed about pelvic pain. The teams at our physiotherapy clinics are highly trained and committed to providing a confidential and discreet service to all our patients.

Ovary pain and endometriosis pain can really affect your quality of life, but there’s no need to suffer in silence. If you’d like to find out more about the services we offer to ease ovary pain or endometriosis pain, contact us today to book an appointment.