Women’s health refers to health of women, which will differ from men in many unique ways. It is often treated as simply women’s reproductive health, many groups argue for a broader definition pertaining to the overall health of women, better expressed as “The health of women”. It is an example of population health, where health is defined by the World Health Organization.
Women also need health care more and access the health care system more than men do. And part of this is because of their reproductive and sexual health needs, they also have more chronic non-reproductive health issues such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, mental illness, diabetes and osteoporosis. It may include Obstetrician/gynecologist (ob/gyn).
A woman’s health is because of her total well-being, but is not determined solely by biological factors and reproduction, also by effects of work load, nutrition, stress, war and migration, among others? Women’s health issues have attained higher international visibility and renewed political commitment in recent decades. The fact that many women juggle both work and the care of the home only increases their susceptibility to poor health if not care taken.
Women’s Health History
Until recently in nation’s history, women were largely excluded from being subjects in medical research and data was not analyzed for sex and gender differences. In fact, women’s health was a cause that for all too long was neglected in research, services and public policy, despite the fact that women seek more medical care, use more health services, spend more on medications than men do and suffer greater disability from diseases.
We at Sara Rehab we understand the intimacy of these issues. Our specialty-trained Physiotherapists are devoted to treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions by providing one-on-one care and customized treatment programs in a discreet and comfortable environment for you. We offer Women’s Health services and expert therapy for pelvic health and obstetrical care. Mostly treatment can address the cause of issues and improve your quality of life.
Our goal is to provide you with an expert care in a comfortable atmosphere and give plenty of patient education, so you’re at ease right from the beginning.
Many women struggle during pregnancy with pain that affects their ability to walk, exercise, work, and care for children or sleep comfortably. Despite of the common belief that pain in pregnancy is normal or untreatable; our physical therapists specializing in pregnancy are experts at correcting the causes of pain and empowering pain less life.
We want to provide women a good health from Sara Rehab and call us at 905 497 4550