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Core Restore with Jeanette

Exercise and your Pelvic Floor

By Jeanette Brown Core/Pelvic Floor Specialist Should you exercise when you have prolapse or bladder leaks? We are entering the time of year when we think about our fitness goals. We all know that exercise supports our physical and mental health, especially for women running a busy household. But what about when the one thing you have to relieve stress brings another set of problems…. untimely, embarrassing bladder leaks! What […]

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Carolyn Pridham

Managing Urinary Incontinence During High-Impact Physical Activity

By Carolyn Pridham Pelvic Health Physiotherapist Urinary incontinence is a common and often manageable condition that affects a significant proportion of adult women. It is estimated that up to 50% of women may experience urinary incontinence at some point in their lives. However, it is important to recognize that the actual rates of incontinence may be even higher, due to women’s hesitancy to openly discuss this issue. The likelihood of

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Core Restore with Jeanette

Posture & Your Pelvic Floor

By Jeanette Brown Core/Pelvic Floor Specialist When dealing with pelvic floor issues, we only focus on the area where we’re feeling the discomfort. Did you know how you stand, move and sit has a huge impact on your pelvic floor and its ability to function properly? Poor posture leads to lower back pain, weakness in the core, and stress incontinence; this means leaking a few drops when you laugh, cough

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How Breathing Impacts Your Pelvic Floor

By Jeanette Brown Core/Pelvic Floor Specialist If you suffer from bladder urgency, leaking or pelvic organ prolapse, you can immediately implement some simple, time-saving strategies to help your pelvic floor. As women, large companies target us into believing that it’s normal for our bladders to leak and provide us with the solution of purchasing their absorbent pads and underwear. These are not a solution to the root cause of the

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