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Pelvic Health Physiotherapy: Before or After Delivery?

Many people see a pelvic health physiotherapist after giving birth, to help their pelvic floor to heal and to strengthen their core. I have noticed that those who work with me before giving birth seem to have an easier recovery and here’s why: Becoming acquainted with your pelvic floor […]

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Bowel Health and Your Pelvic Floor

The pelvic floor is a notable and often-ignored contributor to the optimal function of your bowels. If your pelvic floor muscles are imbalanced, or if they are not effectively working with the rest of your inner core, this may lead to some unwelcome experiences. Some of these […]

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Menopause and the Pelvic Floor – Find Your Power

Is menopause leaving you with some not-so-welcome feelings?  For many of us, the time before and after menopause can be accompanied by some unexpected experiences. Hormonal changes can affect your vaginal tissues, leaving you more prone to tissue irritability, urinary incontinence, and painful sex.  Perhaps weight gain […]

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Is It Normal to Leak During Pregnancy? It Depends.

Urinary incontinence that significantly affects the quality of life is experienced by an estimated 54% of pregnant women. Because this is so common, we may think that this is an inevitability that won’t improve until after we give birth.  Urinary incontinence may be caused by pregnancy-related factors that […]

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Pain with Sex? It doesn’t have to be this way…

I often see clients of all genders and of all ages who have resigned themselves to a life without sex, because of pain. Some are doubting that they will ever have children because they can’t have sex. Some are doubting that their romantic relationships will last, or […]

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Your Pelvic Health Matters

Have you experienced, or been curious about: Low back/hip pain that isn’t improving Pelvic pain Postpartum or other urinary incontinence Leaking with sneezing or coughing Prolapse or other pelvic conditions Pain with sexual activity A disconnection with your pelvic area If you said ‘yes’ to any of […]

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How my discomfort led to action…and how this involves your pelvic floor

I often find motivation by recognizing that a meaningful situation isn’t getting the attention it deserves. This situation usually creates discomfort for me, which prompts action. This is how my mission evolved: I saw a solution to a common yet significant problem that isn’t consistently applied. This […]

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