Join Niamh for a 1 hour adventure into the realms of the pelvic floor and its role during pregnancy and the postnatal period. Prepare yourself with expert tips to help you get to know your flexible foundations and get back to exercise post baby. Deepen your knowledge on common conditions such as urinary incontinence, over active bladder, pelvic organ prolapse and painful sex.
Niamh qualified as a Physio in 2003 at the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. She has worked with people of all ages within the NHS and private practice over many years.
Women’s health is her passion and she is skilled in helping women with pelvic health, obstetric and postnatal related conditions such as pelvic girdle pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, abdominal diastasis and urogynaecological issues like painful sex, urinary leaks and prolapse.
Her musculoskeletal and pelvic health background gives her a holistic approach and she has a keen interest in guiding women back to exercise .She has worked with high level weight lifting , circus performers to the average weekend warriors. As a Mum of 3 kids (all boys:), Niamh knows the importance of being strong for motherhood and she enjoys helping other mums focus on whatever physical issue that may be affecting their lives or holding them back from doing what they want to do!
Niamh is a member of the Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists, a Mummy MOT practitioner and a recommended practitioner on the pelvic partnership website. She is currently studying a postgraduate masters program via Brunel University (advanced clinical practice in pelvic health). She teaches regular pelvic health workshops to women and fitness professionals who work with women.
Places are strictly limited. The webinar format means that your screen is not on so you can relax from wherever you join from! Questions are submitted via the chat box or on discussion at the end.
This webinar is part of the Waterford Healthy Ireland at your Library initiative. For more information, please go to our website, here.
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