Hybrid telerehabilitation in pelvic floor muscle therapy

The term “hybrid therapy” has been used in recent times quite often in connection with COVD-19. The notion in question is about a combination of in-person appointments with monitoring the patient’s health and the progress made in the process of rehabilitation between these appointments. It’s not yet another fancy term but a solution recommended for …

Why we sometimes can’t see any effects even though we exercise following the physiotherapist’s advice?

We happen to get contacted by women reporting they see no satisfying effects despite having consulted their therapists and exercised on a regular basis according to the physiotherapist’s recommendations. Quite often, even if women are able to activate their pelvic floor muscles and relax them correctly, they still have a problem controlling the contraction at …

Telecare in Spain

We’d like to introduce to you Sandra Lois Gutiérrez – an outstanding physiotherapist and osteopathist from Spain, who has just joined our team. Sandra runs her own clinic in Madrid (Clinica LCA) and is the co-founder of Osteomama. She’s specializes in osteopathic treatment procedures in gynecology and obstetrics. But that’s not everything! Sandra is also …

Hello Great Britain!

In the times of pandemic, medical professionals are increasingly interested in new technology and telecare. We have recently trained 70 pelvic floor physiotherapists from Great Britain, Croatia, Latvia, Switzerland, and Spain! Among other things, we have entered into collaboration with the Mummy MOT, an organization that brings together 400 physiotherapists from Great Britain and supports …

The impact of exercising on painful periods

Menstrual pain (dysmenorrhoea) is problem many women have to deal with each month. In the case of some, it may sometimes mean being unable to handle one’s daily chores. What also affects the condition of the organism is whether one takes painkillers on a regular basis. Can exercising pelvic floor muscles help in this case? …

Pelvic floor muscles need to catch some breath

Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction is often caused by increased tension of the pelvic floor muscles and the inability to relax these muscles correctly. How can PelviFly help women suffering from such a condition? What is the root of the problem? It’s important to bear in mind that when we talk about muscle relaxation, we draw …

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