Sasoros Physiotherapy and Women’s Health Clinic
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Owner and Women's Health Physiotherapist
Welcome to Sasoros
We have come full circle into a new decade, the 2020s! What a year 2019 has been for us as a healthcare provider. On the 4th of March 2019 we opened our door for the first time to the community in Namibia and now more than 300 patients have walked used our services.
We appeared on NBC as Namibia’s first Women’s Health Clinic and have countless radio interviews – helping educate the nation on different physical and women’s health related conditions.
We believe Namibians are excited to have us as a physiotherapy provider bringing a new wind of information and we look forward to seeing in the year ahead …
What We Do
A practicing Physio with ten years experience, I provide a variety of physiotherapy services in Windhoek to both men and women of all ages
As a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, I am qualified to deliver acupuncture as part of your physiotherapy treatment
Its important that you help yourself stay fit and healthy through a balanced diet and taking regular exercise. Our Health ZONE has tips and guides to help you get started on leading a healthier life.
Book up for our 20 minute individual running clinic. You will get:
10 minutes of body MOT
- treadmill to check endurance and oxidation levels, heart rate), BP, balance and agility
- cycling to check quadricep activity
10 minutes sports massage and stretches to lower limb (thigh, leg, foot and ankle)
N$250 for the session
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Our women’s health service is designed to support women through all stages of life: during pregnancy, post-natal, pre and post gynaecological surgery, pre-menopause, post menopause and beyond!
As a specialist women’s health physio I am experienced in assessing and treating women’s health problems related to obstetrics and gynaecology. Whether it’s pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse, pelvic floor weakness, perineal trauma from childbirth or simply a desire to take control of health and fitness, women’s health physiotherapy can help.
Specialist treatments I can give for women’s health problems include:
- Manual therapy – release techniques to the pelvic floor
- Bladder re-training
- Exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles
- Provision of electrical muscle stimulators and pelvic floor retraining tools
- Individualised and safe ante-natal Pilates and post-natal ‘return to exercise’ programs
- Assessment and treatment of the separation of the abdominal muscles due to pregnancy or increased weight
Learn more about our new Antenatal Classes
Physio-led Antenatal Classes
Let’s help you prepare physically and mentally for the birth of your baby. Our ante-natal Physio classes are a structured 6-week course designed and led by a specialist Women’s Health Physio.
Who should attend?
These classes are suitable for all women from 12 weeks pregnant. Class size is limited to 6 women.
Each class is 45 minutes and held on Saturday mornings at 10:00 at the clinic
At the end of the course there will be a celebration with healthy snacks on offer, which partners will also be welcome to attend.
N$600 for the 6 weeks
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Each session involves 15 mins of discussion before 30 mins of “pregnancy safe exercises”. The topics covered are:
- Pregnancy Exercise
- Changes in the body and exercising during pregnancy
- The pelvic floor
- Pelvic girdle and back pain
- Perineal massage
- Birth preparation and optimal foetal positioning
- Postnatal Recovery
Class duration – Six weeks
Next class start date – Saturday 1st February 2020
How I can help …
Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function to as near normal as possible after an individual has been affected by injury, illness, or developmental impairment. As a qualified Physiotherapist, I am able to offer a variety of treatments.
Physiotherapy could help in treating the following conditions:
- Sports Injuries
- Post surgical treatment
- Lower Back Problems
- General Joint and Muscle Pain
- Arthritic Pain
- Work Related Injuries
- Falls Prevention Exercises
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation
What to expect from your first session
On your first visit, I will undertake a thorough assessment of your physical condition to establish the cause of the problem. This assessment follows a set of specific questions which will allow me to design a treatment plan for you. The plan may include a mixture of physiotherapy techniques as well as specific exercises.
What I aim to do
- Assess and treat pain and dysfunction
- Education and management of own conditions
- Encourage tissue healing by controlling and reducing pain and inflammation
- Restore normal range of motion by integrating the muscular, joint and nervous systems
- Identify and treat problems and reduce the risk of re-occurrence
Sasoros is owned and run by Mona-Liza Khoeses who is also the principal Physiotherapist in Windhoek.
Mona-Liza graduated with a BSc Physiotherapy in 2007. Mona-Liza also holds a Masters degree in Physiotherapy & Women’s Health from the United Kingdom. Mona-Liza has vast experience from ten years of clinical practice across the UK NHS and private practice.
Interview by NBC1 after opening Namibia’s first Physiotherapy and Women’s Health Clinic