Physiotherapy in Adeje: Regain Your Movement with Malgorzata Bidiuk

Malgorzata Elzbieta Bidiuk is a physiotherapist with over fifteen years of experience in the healthcare field, specializing in areas such as prenatal physical preparation, pregnancy and postpartum treatment, infant development, pelvic floor health, posturology, and ergonomics. Committed to utilizing movement as a powerful therapeutic tool, Malgorzata draws inspiration from the words of Dr. Wiktor Marian…

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Endometriosis: Symptoms, Treatments and How Physiotherapy Can Help

Endometriosis is a painful condition that affects many women. In this article, we will explore its symptoms, treatments, and how the physiotherapy provided by Fisio Move & Balance can be an integral part of managing this condition. Symptoms of Endometriosis: Identifying the Condition Endometriosis manifests with symptoms such as pelvic pain, painful periods, and in…

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Pelvic floor and pregnancy

The pelvic floor is a collection of muscles, ligaments and connective tissues located in the lower pelvis. These muscles play a crucial role in supporting the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus and rectum. They keep these organs in proper position and help control urinary and faecal functions. During pregnancy, the pelvic floor undergoes significant…

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The pelvic floor after childbirth

On other occasions we have discussed what the pelvic floor, or perineum, is. This is the set of muscles and tissues that cover the lower part of the pelvis. So, we can’t help but wonder, what happens to the pelvic floor after childbirth? Well, as we can imagine, most pelvic floor injuries occur during the…

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Can physiotherapy help Parkinson’s disease?

Parkinson’s disease affects the nervous system in the area responsible for coordinating activity, muscle tone and movement. It is a slowly progressing and disabling neurodegenerative disease, both physically, cognitively and socially. Physiotherapy can be of great help in improving the mobility and physical condition of people suffering from this disease, as it favours mobility, facilitates…

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Lateral Epicondylitis

Lateral Epicondylitis, also know as “Tennis Elbow”, is the most common overuse syndrome in the elbow. It is a tendinopathy that involves the extensor muscles of the forearm, which originate from the bony protuberance on the lateral side of the elbow. Tennis elbow pain usually occurs right on the origin of the extensor muscles but…

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Pubalgia

It is difficult to know what pubalgia is if you are not a regular sportsperson, although it is an injury that we should know about and be aware of, as it is more common than we think. What is pubalgia or athlete’s hernia? It is an acute pain in the groin, common in athletes who…

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