A pelvic floor physiotherapist has normally had special post-graduate training in treating pelvic floor dysfunction and... Read More
Pelvic floor Weakness:
Pelvic floor muscles can become weak for different reasons. E.g during pregnancy or childbirth or... Read More
The pelvic floor muscles form the base pf the pelvis and run between your pubic bone and tailbone (Coccyx).
There are two... Read More
It is fantastic when innovation and women's sport come together to provide a product that enhanced how Women play... Read More
Have you been experiencing pain on the front of your knee? Maybe you’ve been struggling to squat, go up or down stairs or... Read More
Concerned about falling pregnant, carrying & birthing your baby during Covid-19?
Here are the facts from Royal Aust... Read More
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Seated Shoulder Row with Resistance Anchored at Feet
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Temporo-mandibular joint ‘TMJ’ dysfunction or problems with the jaw joint, can be extremely debilitating. TMJ... Read More
Why Stretch Yourself?
Your body has over 600 muscles, and they vary in shape, size, and function. What is common to all... Read More
We have outlined 3 key considerations for women when they are undertaking triathlons. This information could be applied to a... Read More
If you are 50 years and older, Osteoporosis should start becoming an important topic for you. Osteoporosis is now such a... Read More
Incontinence and other pelvic floor issues can not only be embarrassing, but may also prevent women from participating in... Read More
Tips to avoid or improve leaking or incontinence problems following childbirth
It’s a common problem among new mums that... Read More
As life is beginning to wind back up again, many of us are finding ourselves rushing our children to numerous activities... Read More
Everybody benefits from exercise
Exercising has many positive effects on your health. Physical fitness refers to traits... Read More