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Physio: Fixing a wee problem - before, during and after menopause
On World Menopause Day, Chartered Physiotherapist Aoife Ni Eochaidh says practice is key to fixing any pelvic issues.
Opinion: Your pelvic floor might have suffered in pregnancy but you can get help
Chartered Physiotherapist Aoife Ni Eochaidh says pregnancy often causes incontinence but help is at hand.
1 in 3 Irish women affected by pelvic floor dysfunction
The rise in the number of Irish women having Caesarean sections is not a result of women being “too posh to push” – there’s a hidden story that also impacts women’s choices around childbirth: pelvic floor dysfunction.