Needless to say, there is a lot of pelvic floor talk in my house ( more than my 10 year old boy and 15 year old daughter feel they need to know! ) However I think it is important they understand what training the core should really involve. I have chatted with my daughter, […]
I had the pleasure of chatting with Natalie Hixon from Strive For Healing about Hypopressive® Training. We touched on the importance of training the core for function and how it relates to pelvic health. If you would like to hear our conversation click the link.
Recognizing the signs and symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction is one of the first steps in both the recovery and prevention. If you experience any of these symptoms it would be wise to be assessed by a pelvic floor physiotherapist for a correct diagnoses so that we can work as a team of professionals to help guide you toward your goals. […]
When a woman has pelvic floor dysfunction she often begins to limit the activities that contribute to her symptoms. Women with incontinence often stop exercising and may limit their social engagements. Let’s face it, leaking when you laugh, cough, run and exercise is not exactly enjoyable. Women with prolapse are often told to put their […]