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If you are seeking physiotherapy treatment during this time we encourage you to ask your Physiotherapist or our Admin staff about our TeleRehabilitation sessions through Skype.
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We appreciate your compliance and ongoing support during this difficult time.
The One to One Team
Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is a disorder involving the large intestines. Among its symptoms are pain in the abdominal area, changes in bowel habits, bloating, cramping, and increased gas.
IBS can be triggered by various factors although its exact cause remains unclear. It can be accompanied by diarrhea, in such cases, it is referred to as IBS-D. It can also be associated with constipation, hence the acronym used to refer to it, IBS-C.
IBS is described as a functional disorder for it affects the normal function of the digestive system. The problem, per se, is not within the tissues but rather on the movement. Should you notice changes in your bowel activity or other signs related to IBS, it’s best to see a healthcare professional as soon as possible to check for potential underlying health conditions.
Although the exact cause of irritable bowel syndrome is unknown, there are several factors that can trigger it. Here are some of them:
Physiotherapy treatment for irritable bowel syndrome focuses on alleviating its symptoms. Your physiotherapy will guide you in making simple lifestyle changes. An exercise program will be designed for you to help you reduce stress and anxiety.
Though IBS is life-long, it doesn’t have to keep you from doing things you love. Call us today at One to One Wellness. Let’s work together in restoring your overall wellness.