With so much information out there on Women’s Health issues, it can sometimes be a case of information overload. Women already have enough on our plate, having to google ‘how to do a kegel exercise’ because we are constantly told we need to strengthen our pelvic floor, is just another thing to add to our
So you have some pelvic floor concerns, but you still want to maintain your active lifestyle? What’s normal and not normal when it comes to Pelvic Floor issues. Here are some of the common questions our Women’s Health Physiotherapist hears from many women. You are not alone!
It’s becoming more and more common for women to seek treatment from a Women’s Health Physiotherapist for Abdominal Separation. Some women find their stomach muscles weaken and separate during and after pregnancy. The stretching and thinning of the abdominal muscles is a natural occurrence during pregnancy (30-70%) to accommodate the growing baby and up to 66% of
Headaches are the worst! The bad news is that most people will experience a headache at some point in their life. Headaches can affect anyone regardless of age, race, and gender. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that almost HALF of all adults worldwide will experience a headache in any given year.