Pelvic Health

10 Reasons Why You Should See A Physiotherapist

Published: March 11th, 2019
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Whether you’re an elite athlete or a couch potato, you can benefit from seeing a skilled, experienced Physiotherapist. If you’ve sustained an injury at any point in your life, chances are you’ve sought help with your recovery from a Physiotherapist. However, you do not necessarily need to have an injury to get assessed and treated by a Physiotherapist. Physiotherapists can help in a variety of ways to improve your quality of life, physical function and…

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Let’s Talk About Leakage

Published: June 25th, 2018
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Do you ever pee a little when you cough? Do you avoid jumping because you know it will cause you to leak? How about rushing to the toilet as soon as you get home and still not making it in time? If any of these descriptors apply to you, know that you are not alone! Incontinence. It’s a word we hear a lot about, but what does it really mean? It is estimated that 3.3…

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Postpartum Goals: Get Your Strength and Mobility Back

Published: August 17th, 2017
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Pregnancy is one of the biggest changes a woman’s body will every go through.  It is remarkable that a woman’s body is able to grow and accommodate a human being; muscles expand, organs shift, and blood volume doubles to create space for the tiny human. This change happens over 40 weeks, but, unfortunately, many women end up living with the after-effects for years! Once you have had a baby, you are considered postpartum: even if…

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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: How It Can Help You

Published: March 9th, 2016
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What Pelvic Floor Therapy Means Okay, time for jumping jacks everyone, hold in your pee! Does this sound familiar? I was in a boot camp class and heard our trainer say these exact words! The reaction around the class was not shock and awe, but nods of understanding amongst the female participants. I was floored. How has this become the societal norm? I heard all the rationales; I’ve had a baby or babies I have…

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