Happy Friday! Today’s Five Bullet Friday: 1. The Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging and Disease – NEW Article in NEJM 2. Explaining Pain to Your Patients – A Physio’s Favourite Resource 3. Urinary and Gynaecological Dysfunctions Common with EDS and Associated Hypermobility Disorders 4. Global Consensus Guidelines on Use of Testosterone in WomenContinue reading “Five Bullet Friday: Women’s Health – January 3, 2020”
Tag Archives: Pelvic Health Physio
Are you always Kegel-ing during exercise? Find out two reasons that may not be the best idea
If you are someone who is constantly thinking about what your pelvic floor is doing while you workout then this article is for you! The goal should always be that your pelvic floor works as it should WITHOUT you thinking about it!
Remember, it’s OK to Walk Before You Run.
Today I just wanted to remind you that its okay – in fact not just okay, but necessary – to walk before you run. To slow things down and master the basics before trying to get to the advanced stuff. To recognize that just because you aren’t achieving your end goal at this moment inContinue reading “Remember, it’s OK to Walk Before You Run.”
Wearing High Heels Could Make Your Incontinence Worse
Wearing High Heels Could Make Your Incontinence Worse Our pelvic health is so incredibly important to our overall health and thankfully this fact is starting to get more and more recognition with more resources and research focusing on improving this aspect of women’s health. Pelvic floor dysfunctions such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic painContinue reading “Wearing High Heels Could Make Your Incontinence Worse”
What to Look for in a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Your pelvic health is such a huge part of your overall well-being and quality of life, and I’m so happy to see that this critically important aspect of our health is starting to get some more attention in mainstream media and news as of late. Women have long since suffered from pelvic floor dysfunctions includingContinue reading “What to Look for in a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist”