Women’s Health Week

August 31, 2018

Make your Health a Priority!


Women’s Health Week commences on the 3rd September. The aim of Women’s Health week is to prioritize Women’s health.  Most of us can get so busy looking after others that we forget to look after ourselves. This national event commenced in 2013 by Jean Hailes for Women’s Health. The organisation encourages the promotion of women’s health in Australia and has many free resources and supports local events. More information can be found here: https://www.womenshealthweek.com.au/


This week is a good time for women to stop and take time out for themselves and make their health a priority. We would like to raise your awareness to the many different areas of Women’s Health that we at Embody can help you with.


Did you know we have our very own Women’s Health Physio? Lauren can assist and treat women across their lifespan; from young adult, pregnancy, the post-natal period, menopause and beyond. If you suffer from Continence issues, bladder and bowel concerns, pelvic organ prolapse, sexual pain, abdominal separation, pain during pregnancy and the post natal period, mastitis or blocked milk ducts, then contact our friendly reception staff to book a confidential consultation.


Lauren has undertaken postgraduate studies in Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy and has gained valuable experience on maternity wards as well as Women’s Health private practice. She has a passion for anything to do with the pelvis as well as pregnancy and the postnatal period! She recently co-wrote and co-taught a course to educate Accredited Exercise Physiologists on “Exercise during Pregnancy and the Postnatal Period”. You can find out more about Lauren here: https://embodyphysiopilates.com.au/about/


This September make it a priority to have your health check, no matter what stage of life you are at.

Contact our friendly reception staff on 6110 3331 or email info@embodypp.com.au to book a confidential consultation and put your health first!

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