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Rachel Fitt

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Do you suffer from pain or discomfort during sex?


It is reported that 57% of women with overactive or ‘tight’ pelvic floor muscles report dyspareunia (pain with sex). Here are 5 ways physiotherapy can help you achieve pain free sex.

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5 ways Physiotherapy can help if you suffer from Persistent Pelvic Pain


Most women with PPP find it challenging to understand and describe their condition. Investigations performed by health professionals can come back clear and leave you feeling helpless, however it is important to know that there is help and you are not alone.