Author:Amy Price, PT

Strategies for Optimal Urination

There are certain activities we do day-to-day that feel so natural that they don’t require much thought or effort. One of these activities for a lot of people is likely urination - how we urinate is so engrained and automatic that we might not consider...

Positions for Labour and Delivery

Currently in North America, the majority of birthing parents who deliver their babies vaginally do so laying on their backs or in a semi-reclined position.  As well as being the most common, it’s also the most represented in media like TV shows and movies.  As...

Vaginal Dilators

Vaginal dilators are tools that can be used to achieve or restore flexibility of the vaginal tissues.  However useful they may be, they can definitely be intimidating and it’s not always obvious how to use them properly and successfully. With this blog I hope to...

To Kegel or Not to Kegel?

[caption id="attachment_3071" align="alignright" width="200"] Not everyone will benefit from doing kegels so the question is: should you kegel or not?[/caption] To Kegel or Not to Kegel? When it comes to the pelvic floor, there are a variety of different types of conditions and dysfunctions that...

Perineal Tearing During Childbirth

The risk of having a vaginal tear during delivery is probably one of the top fears that a lot of women or birthing parents-to-be have in the last weeks of pregnancy. Although common, they are not always as scary as they sound and there are...

Is it a UTI or Not?

A lot of individuals are unfortunately familiar with the symptoms of a urinary tract infection or UTI. That’s why when we notice that we’re making more trips to the bathroom than usual and have a painful burning while peeing we think “Uh oh, a UTI!”...



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