Women Wellness

Menstrual Pain
Dysmenorrhea, commonly known as painful menstrual cramps, is a condition characterized by discomfort occurring before or during the menstrual cycle. This discomfort arises from the contraction of uterine muscles, exerting pressure on the uterine lining.
As the most prevalent gynecological condition, dysmenorrhea significantly contributes to depression and limits daily activities in women. While the exact cause of menstrual cramps remains unknown, various factors can contribute to the pain, making it a complex and multifaceted condition.

What causes it ?

Hormonal imbalances

Fluctuations in hormones, particularly prostaglandins, can trigger uterine contractions, initiating an inflammatory response in the uterus. This process can reduce blood flow to the uterus and ovaries, resulting in the discomfort associated with menstrual cramps.


Noncancerous growths in the uterus that may cause pain and discomfort during menstrual periods.

Intrauterine Device (IUD)

Some contraceptive devices, like IUDs, can contribute to cramps and heightened menstrual discomfort.

Cervical Stenosis

A condition where the cervix’s opening is too small, causing the accumulation of menstrual blood and subsequent pain.

Our Approach to Menstrual Cramps

Through expert guidance and personalized care, we aim to redefine your experience, providing not just relief from discomfort but fostering a journey toward menstrual health and vitality. Here is how we make it happen!

Therapeutic Exercises

Regular exercise plays a pivotal role in reducing menstrual pain. Incorporating various physical activities such as stretching, aerobic exercises, yoga, and pelvic floor (kegel) exercises can effectively address primary dysmenorrhea.Our physiotherapists are here to guide you with specific exercises designed to strengthen pelvic floor muscles and minimize menstrual pain.

Relaxation techniques to ease out the pain

Stress can intensify menstrual discomfort. Learn relaxation methods like deep breathing, meditation, and mindfulness from our physiotherapists to diminish stress and pain.

Thermotherapy for Pain Relief

Heat therapy effectively diminishes pain, boosting the muscle tension and promoting the relaxation of abdominal muscles. Our physiotherapists can advise on optimal heat therapy methods, whether it’s using a heating pad or indulging in a warm bath.

Manual therapy

Manual therapy employs hands-on techniques, including myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint mobilization, and massage, to reduce muscle tension and pain.

Our Approach at Mobiphysio

Women, you no longer need to struggle with menstrual cramps! We are here to help.

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Menstrual Pain

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