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Rehabilitation

Urogynecological rehabilitation is a branch of physiotherapy dealing with restoring fitness and improving the functioning of the pelvic area. It is also a permanent element of peri- and postoperative treatment and support for pharmacological treatment.
 
Urogynecological rehabilitation focuses in particular on problems related to:
  • intercourse disorders after pregnancies, vaginal deliveries and caesarean sections
  • urinary incontinence - including postpartum urinary incontinence
  • overactive bladder
  • analgesic therapy of the peri- and postpartum period
  • pelvic pain syndromes
  • painful menstruation
  • vulvodynia - pain around the entrance to the vagina caused by pathological muscle tension
  • dyspareunii- bolesne współżycie płciowe
  • proctological disorders - incl. postpartum fecal and gas incontinence, anal muscle disorders
  • peri- and postoperative therapy.
  1. 1. Pregnant women suffering from back pain, sciatica, hemorrhoids, edema, joint overload, leg pain, wrist swelling, headache, neck pain, low back pain
A physiotherapist after professional consultation:
 
  • supports individual exercises, massage, manual therapy, tape therapy - kinesio taping
  • during pregnancy, the physiotherapist prepares the patient for childbirth: learning to breathe, childbirth positions, pain management - this is an obligatory
  • reparation for childbirth - element of childbirth school
  • presentation of the basic principles of correct feeding position, prevention of back pain m.inprovides knowledge on the proper handling of a newborn, e.g. prevention of movement disorders
  • preparation for pelvic floor muscle exercises, which should be started right after giving birth
  • prophylaxis of adhesions after vaginal delivery and caesarean section
  • needle therapy (acupuncture) in muscle overload
  1. Women in childbirth
  • after natural childbirth and after caesarean section
  • with stress urinary incontinence
  • with the separation of the rectus abdominis muscle
  • with separation of the pubic symphysis
  • with back pain
  • in need of anti-adhesion therapy after episiotomy and tearing, after caesarean section
  • requiring prophylaxis of static disorders (lowering the reproductive organ and prolapse of the reproductive organ) and urinary incontinence
  1. Women with stress urinary incontinence after pregnancies and natural births m.in. po ciążach oraz porodach drogami natury:
  • in some patients, stress urinary incontinence after childbirth is physiological, scientific reports say that if it persists for more than 4 months after childbirth, specially in women who are no longer breastfeeding, it is necessary to consult a urogynecological rehabilitation specialist
  • pelvic floor muscle exercises are recommended right after childbirth - only an experienced physiotherapist can correctly diagnose muscle dysfunction and set a therapy plan: exercises and electrostimulation
  • the physiotherapist cooperates with outstanding specialists in the field of urogynecology, interprets the results of urodynamic tests (examination of urination disorders) and, if necessary, refers patients to doctors who perform laser treatments - MLT or operate on the above-mentioned diseases
  • electrostimulation treatments in the treatment of urinary incontinence, FemiClinic is equipped with top-class electrostimulator V-Tone.
  1. Women with problems with scars after natural childbirth, with scars after caesarean sections most often suffer from:
  • pain, pulling, excessive sensation, lack of feeling, discomfort, pain during weather changes, puffiness, unsightly tissue losses are the complaints reported by our patients after natural births and caesarean sections - these are the consequences of sewing tissue.
The physiotherapist uses combined scar mobilization techniques: manual therapy, fascial therapy, massage and dry needling.
 
  • a treatment plan is determined and self-therapy of perineal scars and caesarean section scars is taught,
  • prophylaxis of adhesions is recommended indefinitely, for life, because scars become fibrotic with age, 
  • a urogynecological rehabilitator is able to diagnose problems with the perineum, e.g. gaping perineum, suture rupture after episiotomy, and refer for possible surgical correction: perineoplasty and posterior vaginal plasty are performed by top-class specialists at FemiClinic,
  • combined techniques are used in scar therapy: manual therapy, massage, CO2 laser (MLT laser), platelet-rich plasma (PRP), hyaluronic acid - Dr. Marta Blumska-Janiak uses her own surgical procedure to release adhesions together with CO2 laser and to supplement the perineal defect and abdominal integuments with hyaluronic acid.
  1. Post-mastectomy women most often suffer from: 
  • lymph stasis, edema, problems with abduction of the upper limb, pain, dressing problems.
Rehabilitants use: physiotherapy - exercises, manual therapy, massage, kinesio taping.

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FemiClinic is a place created by Dr. Marta Blumska-Janiak, a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology, international expert in plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive gynecology, and Jacek Rajnowski-Janiak, a manager with many years of experience and successes in the field of management. FemiClinic was created primarily for women. Thinking about them, their needs and expectations. FemiClinic is a clinic for women at every stage of life. The FemiClinic team consists of the best specialists in the field of obstetrics and gynecology, aesthetic, plastic and reconstructive gynecology, plastic surgery, endocrinology, diabetology, ultrasonography, genetic testing and rehabilitation.

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