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Healthy Posture: How to hold and lift your baby

Caregiving for a baby can be a 'heavy' job. Lifting, holding and carrying are done repetitively throughout the day. It is important to equip yourself as a parent with tools to prevent common injuries that are often associated with the daily activities of caring for...

Pelvic Pain in Males

It comes as a surprise to many that males have pelvic pain issues. These issues for females have received increased attention recently, but often men have struggled with their pain for months and even years before seeking attention from a pelvic health physiotherapist (1). Muscle, Nerve...

Constipation 101

What is Constipation? Constipation is classified as having hard or lumpy stool that is difficult to pass. It is normal to have a bowel movement anywhere from three times per day to three times per week; as long as the stool is soft and comfortable to...

Sit Ups and Planks after Childbirth – are they safe to do?

Guest Blog by: Janette Yee, AT, RMT As an athletic therapist, I find that there is a lot of inaccurate information on the web about diastasis rectus abdominus (DRA) recovery (or, 'how to fix split abs'). A common misconception is believing that performing abdominal exercises will...

Spring 2019 Workshops are Here!

Chronic Pelvic Pain Workshop Do you have pelvic pain? Pain with intercourse? Pain that affects your quality of life? If so, consider joining our pelvic pain workshop, taking place at the clinic on May 4, 2019. During this three-hour workshop, we will discuss how chronic pain works...

Endometriosis and Your Gut

Your gut is more than just the organs in your belly. It contains your microbiome, which is an assortment of bacteria, viruses and yeast that live and are native to your gut. The gut also houses the majority of your immune system, and this is...



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