Healthy Lifestyle for Women - What Does It Involve? - Article by Margarita Gurevich, published in Family Capers
In this article you will find great health tips that women can apply to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Mastitis - Article by Margarita Gurevich, published in The Love Destination
What is mastitis and how can be successfully treated? Read the article to find out.
Achilles Tendinopathy - Article by Margarita Gurevich, published in the Great Health Guide (September issue)
Read this article to get tips on returning to sport after an Achilles tendon injury.
Knee Pain - Article by Margarita Gurevich, published in the Great Health Guide
‘Sports Injuries – Knee Pain’. In this article, Margarita discusses the severity & treatment of sport related knee pain injuries. With the correct treatment, the outcome of knee pain conditions are normally positive.
Hamstring Strains - Article by Margarita Gurevich, published in the Great Health Guide
In this article we review a common type of sports injury – hamstring strains. We will also discuss a few tips on returning to sport after injury.
Electrotherapy for Treatment of Urinary Incontinence
In our last blog we discussed pelvic floor exercises for the treatment and management of incontinence. What, though, if this does not achieve the desired results? Read our article to find out which other treatments are available.
Pelvic Floor Exercises for Stress and Urge Incontinence
Find out how pelvic floor exercises can help with stress and urge urinary incontinence.
Preventative Health For Muscles - article by Margarita Gurevich, published in the Great Health Guide
Are you someone who strives to look after your body, to stay active and fit? Find out what you can do to continue enjoying the physical activities you engage in and to carry them out safely and effectively.
Prevention and Management of Incontinence - article by Margarita Gurevich, published in the Great Health Guide
Incontinence is a common problem which affects people of different age groups, both men and women. It can be common during pregnancy, following childbirth, as well as after or during menopause. It can also be associated with chronic conditions including arthritis, asthma and diabetes. Sometimes you can still experience incontinence even if you are not affected by any of the above. The good news is, though, that with the right treatment this problem can be successful managed and often even cured.