How To Relax Your Pelvic Floor If you’re new to pelvic physiotherapy, or you’ve come over from my instagram you’ve probably heard me talk at length about relaxing your pelvic floor. I shared a reel with some tips on instagram this week about how to actually relax your pelvic floor and I got lots […]
Debunking the “Loose” Pelvis Myth Let’s talk about having a ‘loose’ pelvis. Unfortunately, even in this day and age this is something that women are told to expect post childbirth or post menopause and as much as I find this infuriating, we clearly still have some debunking to do. First we will talk about
I’m a C-Section Mama. Why do I need Pelvic Physio? One of the most common postpartum myths that I hear is that c-section mama’s don’t need pelvic physio. It sounds like it makes sense right? If you don’t have a vaginal birth why would you be concerned about your pelvic floor? Well even without having
What is Constipation and How Physio Can Help! Going to the bathroom got you down? Feeling like you have to sit on the toilet for ages, and really push or strain to get your poo out? You might just be constipated. Constipation occurs when stool moves slowly through our digestive tract, which causes the stool
Why is sex painful? Pain with sex is one of the most common things I see in my office, and unfortunately, it is also one of the least talked about and still taboo topics. People who experience pain with intercourse feeling really alone and unsure of what to do to help themselves get better.
Managing Pelvic Organ Prolapse Two week ago I talked about prolapse symptoms, who can get a prolapse and what a prolapse even is. As I mentioned, prolapse symptoms are common and with some rehabilitation can be managed very successfully. If you want more information about pelvic organ prolapse, feel free to lead that blog here.
What is a Pelvic Organ Prolapse?? Prolapse is a scary enough sounding word, and when you pair it with a quick google search, it can be one of the most fear-inducing conditions people are told about! BUT there is good news! A pelvic organ prolapse can be effectively managed with your pelvic floor physio! What
Urinary incontinence or leaking pee is one of the most common things Pelvic Physiotherapists see. It is so important to note that while leaking urine is quite common, it is most definitely not normal and it can be fixed with therapy. In today’s post I’m going to share a little bit about the different