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So it’s your first Mother’s Day? First of all, congratulations! . Becoming a mother is one of the most significant physical and psychological changes a woman will ever experience and the shift in identity is profound. As a pelvic health physiotherapist, I am so honoured to be a part of so many women's journeys to and through motherhood. Postpartum starts on Day 1 but does not end at your 6 week check up when you are discharged from your maternity care. Pos...
Posted on 2021-05-06
What business does a man have being in a lingerie store, listening to a Pelvic Power presentation by a female Pelvic Health Physiotherapist for an entirely female audience and… shock, horror, taking pictures? Well, it just so happens that in my role of support for our practitioners, this is where I found myself. BraTopia West Springs has been hosting presentations from our group for some time ranging from injury prevention to ‘solving slouchitis’, and most recentl...
Posted on 2019-01-18
The best part of my job is seeing a smile on a woman’s face because she went for her first run without leaking urine, or the grandmother who picked up her grandson without losing control of her bowel, or the woman who was finally able to have intercourse with her partner and NOT be in pain. These are the unheard struggles we deal with as women. These are the struggles that impact relationships, daily functioning and ultimately hold us back. One in three women experience leakage at some po...
Posted on 2018-07-05
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