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Bump & Beyond: Pregnancy and Post Natal Guide

This eBook has been created by PMPP’s highly experienced physiotherapists to help women throughout their pregnancy and postpartum journey. With guidelines for each trimester, information on specific conditions, preparing for labour and recovery advice, this extensive guide is with you every step of the way.

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Port Melbourne Physiotherapy & Pilates!

At PMPP we provide physiotherapy, clinical exercise classes, massage and dietitian services to the Port Melbourne community and the surrounding suburbs of South Melbourne, Middle Park, Albert Park and the Melbourne CBD. 

Our vision at PMPP is to help you recover and rehabilitate from injuries, and assist you to reach your lifestyle/sporting goals. Our aim is to help you maximise your health and well-being! Physiotherapy & Clinical Exercise can compliment treatments prescribed by your general practitioner or specialist, with no referral necessary. 

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Muscle mass and bone density during menopause

What is menopause? Menopause is the end of the female menstural period, diagnosed 12 months from one’s last. It is associated with many natural changes. In the lead up to menopause, women go through the peri- menopause phase which includes a period of hot flushes, vaginal and sexual changes, altered mood, sleep and a change

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Make sleep your strength

Whether you’re recovering from an injury or preventing an injury, adequate sleep is just as important as your rehabilitation exercises and maintenance strategies. Sounds relatively simple, right? Science says otherwise!! Sleep Cycle – The Basics One sleep cycle is broken up into two phases; Non-REM (three sub-stages N1, N2, N3) and REM. Each cycle takes

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The overactive pelvic floor

It is very common for women to have an overactive pelvic floor but what does this actually mean? Imagine if you held your fist clenched indefinitely. Consider how sore your palm, finger, thumb and wrist muscles would feel. This analogy explains what happens with your pelvic floor muscles if you are not giving them time

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