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Have you seen a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist? What are you waiting for!

Nabila Jutha, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Here are the top 5 reasons to seek Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: 1.  You’re pregnant! Congratulations! Seeing a pelvic floor physiotherapist at this time can be beneficial for a number of reasons. Physiotherapists can educate you on what to expect during your pregnancy, give you some tips and tricks to help […]


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Todays Parent – Postpartum Recovery

Our Top Tips For Postpartum Recovery Most of us are led to believe that becoming a mother will be nothing short of magical and amazing.  You’ll be laughing and well rested and always glowing. You will have a wild and deep bond with your partner, unlike any bond you’ve ever had before.  Your body will […]

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What to do if you tore your clitoris giving birth

While clitoral tearing is not common, it can happen in very rare situations. The good news is, it can be treated through Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. Read the article below to find out what Amy Gilder, our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist recommends if you tore your clitoris giving birth. https://www.todaysparent.com/pregnancy/giving-birth/i-tore-my-clitoris-giving-birth/ 0 Love it?


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Baby Reflexology Can Help Your Baby’s Constipation

Janet Williams, Registered Reflexology Therapist Reflexology is for babies too! Baby Reflexology is a safe healing therapy and there is nothing invasive used, just your hands. It is a perfect way to connect with your baby, skin-to-skin through their feet and hands. We have thousands of nerve endings on our feet and hands and through […]


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