Did you know that 43% of women with pelvic pain and immobility said they felt their symptoms were never taken seriously?
Every woman with pelvic girdle pain has a right to be assessed and treated. We were delighted to link up with Pelvic Partnership to help spread the word that #PGPistreatable and help to #getamummoving.
If you would like to know more about the Pelvic Partnership then please visit here to see further resources available to you on Pelvic pain https://pelvicpartnership.org.uk/stickmum-campaign/
Have a look here to see our practice partner Maeve Whelan in this helpful video
OAB.ie – Brightening the outlook in Overactive Bladder
Maeve recently did a series of videos with Astellas for their new website OAB.ie. Here are some exercises for the pelvic floor and tips and tricks to control overactive bladder.
Your Pelvic Floor – The Anatomy
Managing Your Urge – Tips & advice
Pelvic Floor Exercises for OAB
Managing Your Urge – Sitting & Standing
EVB Sports Shorts
Yvonne Brady from the increasingly popular EVB Sport Shorts interviewed Maeve Whelan. Maeve describes how they help and why women who exercise should definitely wear them!
Podcast January 4th 2016
Health & Family January 5th 2016
Maebh Coyle’s article, Irish Independent 12th Dec 2011
Incontinence after childbirth: How to get your quality of life back
Interview from The Morning Show Feb 17th 2010: Chartered Physiotherapist Maeve Whelan and GP Barbara Kearns talk about bladder control and the pelvic floor.
Watch the video where our practice partner Maeve Whelan talks about on what to expect from Pelvic Girdle Pain in Pregnancy treatment: