Family Doctor

What are indications for
children’s massage?

Neonatal and children’s massage helps with: developmental disorders or diseases of the musculoskeletal system (flat feet, flat-valgus feet, clubfoot and torticollis, postural disorder, joint instability, hyperreflexia, low muscle tone, inability to hold head up, inability to rollover, croll, sit up or learn to walk); respiratory diseases (children often sick with viral diseases, repeated bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma); circulatory system (vegetative-vascular dystonia); diseases of the digestive system (colic, constipation, biliary dyskinesia). Particular attention is paid to massage for diseases of the nervous system (fasiness, sleeping issues, cerebral palsy), etc.

What does pelvic floor muscle
physiotherapy include?

Pelvic floor muscle physiotherapy is a group of practical exercises to maintain and restore the pelvic floor muscles for urinary incontinence, discomfort during sex, and vaginal prolapse.