As an expectant mother, taking care of your pelvic floor health through physiotherapy can make a significant difference in your prenatal experience and labor journey. Our pelvic floor physiotherapists can work with you to pave the way for a smooth and positive pregnancy and labor.
As we age, maintaining our balance becomes increasingly important for our overall well-being and independence. Our team of physiotherapists can help you improve your balance and decrease your fall risk. Remember that it's never too late to start prioritizing your balance!
Paediatric pelvic floor physiotherapy focuses on addressing pelvic floor dysfunction in children. In this blog, we will explore the importance of paediatric pelvic floor physiotherapy, its benefits, common conditions it addresses, and how it can positively impact children's lives.
Blocked milk ducts can be a distressing and painful experience for breastfeeding mothers. However, with early detection and appropriate intervention, this condition can be effectively managed. From ultrasound therapy to manual techniques and education, our physiotherapists at Motion Works Physiotherapy Orleans can offer effective relief, promote optimal milk flow, and facilitate a smooth breastfeeding journey!
Arthritis affects millions of people worldwide. This diverse group of diseases targets the joints, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. Physiotherapy can help address pain and mobility issues, while improving the overall quality of life!
Swimmer's shoulder can be a frustrating and painful condition that affects swimmers of all levels! Our team of physiotherapists at Motion Works Orleans can work with you to alleviate your shoulder pain and help prevent future shoulder injuries! Take the plunge into physiotherapy and get back to enjoying the water with comfort and ease.
Maintaining our balance and stability is an intricate process that relies on the proper functioning of our vestibular system. Vestibular physiotherapy offers effective rehabilitation and relief, empowering individuals to regain control, improve their balance, and restore their confidence.
Living with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can be challenging and disruptive to your daily life. While there is no cure for IBS, there are strategies and treatments available to manage and alleviate its symptoms. Our pelvic floor physiotherapists can work with you to alleviate your IBS symptoms and allow you to return to your daily life!
Are you experiencing jaw pain or discomfort? You may be suffering from TMJ pain. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder is a condition affecting the joint connecting the skull and jawbone. This can lead to pain and discomfort, difficulty speaking or chewing and a clicking or popping sensation when opening and closing your mouth. Our Orleans physiotherapists discuss assessment, management, and treatment of TMJ pain in this post.
If we're not careful and mindful of our posture, time spent on our cell phones and other digital devices can become a literal pain in the neck. In this post, our Orleans physiotherapists offer advice on how to manage and prevent neck pain with exercise, stretches and physical therapy.
Anyone, including children and adults, can experience a sports-related injury. That's why it's important to practice proper techniques and address pain promptly. In this post, our Orleans physiotherapists share sports injury prevention tips and discuss how sports injury prevention physiotherapy and rehab can help.
Do you sit at a computer all day at work? You've probably felt your back get tied up in knots and suffered from body aches due to lack of movement, stress or other factors. Our Orleans physiotherapists explain how physiotherapy can help alleviate desk-related pains.
A woman's body will go through important changes during her pregnancy. While these changes are vital to fetal health and development, they can result in pressure, pain and misalignment throughout the body. Our Orleans physiotherapists explain how postpartum physiotherapy can help recovery.
Staying active during the winter is probably on your to-do list. However, a new or previous winter sports injury can hinder your enjoyment and leave you sidelined. Today, our Orleans physiotherapists discuss rehabilitation and physiotherapy options to treat and prevent these injuries.
You could be forgiven for wanting to don your comfiest sweatpants and wrap a blanket around yourself on these frigid mid-winter days. But did you know physiotherapy can be essential to helping you remain healthy and manage pain this winter? Our Orleans physiotherapists explain how.
With physiotherapy, our Orleans physiotherapists employ specific physical methods to help restore function, movement and mobility in an area of a person's body affected by chronic pain due to injury or disease. Here, we define chronic pain and explain how physiotherapy can help.
You may have heard that a person can sustain two different types of injuries - acute and chronic. Each of these varieties of injuries works very differently, and each takes a different amount of time to heal. Our Orleans physiotherapists compare acute and chronic injuries.