Endometriosis & Pelvic Exercise
As Spring is round the corner so is March and this is a time to highlight Endometriosis, a painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside of it.

We are beginning to understand the role the musculoskeletal system plays in endometriosis pain. It is now believed that by optimising muscle balance, joint mobility, fitness and posture it seems people’s experience of pain can improve.

At tops:health we have specialist pelvic health physiotherapists as well as clinical pilates instructors who can assist with assessment, management and clinical rehab for pelvic pain.

There are some basic exercises recommended by specialists and designed to improve pelvic health. However like all new forms of exercise, it is important to ensure you begin with small amounts and gradually build things up, not pushing your body into discomfort or pain. It is also useful when starting out to allow a recovery day between each session to check none of your symptoms have changed.

The exercises are designed to target the pelvic area, including hip and back stretches and core control exercises. If you would like to view these recommended exercises and the full document then it is available here. If you need specialist input then do not hesitate to get in contact with us

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