Tag: pelvic floor

To Kegel Or Not To Kegel – That Is The Question

Many women, and especially expectant moms, will probably have heard of a kegel exercise. These somehow mysterious but well known exercises are touted as a cure all technique for managing a range of unfortunate side effects of childbirth, including incontinence, weakened pelvic floor, and hernia. However, there has been recent controversy surrounding kegel exercises for […]


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Posture Makes Perfect Pelvic Floor Muscles

By Nabila Jutha, PT Don’t slouch! Sit upright! Did anyone ever tell you this when you were a kid at the dinner table? Well, they weren’t wrong in doing so. To be honest, they were just looking out for your pelvic floor! That’s right. Your posture can absolutely influence the activity of your pelvic floor. […]


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Postpartum Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

By Nabila Jutha Ever wonder why pelvic floor physiotherapy has stirred up some great conversation topics amongst friends and family with little ones? After giving birth a woman’s body, in particular her pelvic floor, has gone through an array of changes. Whether you’ve had a vaginal or cesarean birth, the pelvic floor and other soft […]


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How Can Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Help During Pregnancy? The 4 P’s.

By Nabila Jutha, Registered Physiotherapist One of the most common statements I hear from moms that have gone through pregnancy is “I should have come earlier!”. So why are moms not coming in for pelvic floor physiotherapy? Worried about safety during pregnancy? Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a completely safe therapy to partake in during pregnancy. […]


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