During pregnancy, the pregnant mother undergoes significant anatomical and physiological changes to nurture and accommodate the developing fetus. When we
When I was 29 weeks pregnant with my son, I began experiencing pain in my low back and pelvis. I
To show our support for PRIDE, we wanted to share how Foundation Physiotherapy & Wellness ensures that the LGBTQ+ community
You are pregnant! Congratulations! For most mothers, myself included, we tend to ask our Health Care Provider, or even Dr.
So how do we turn down the volume of the alarm system, when it is no longer being helpful? How
Pain is complex. It is our body's alarm system. And it is often not a reliable indicator of the level
Pain is our body's alarm system. Pain is produced by our brains (100% of the time), when it interprets information
As talked about previously in our blogs, pelvic girdle pain during pregnancy is common but should not be considered "normal".
Urinary incontinence is a term used to describe urine leakage during activities such as coughing, laughing, sneezing, running or jumping.
Do you ever wonder if your pelvic floor function is “normal”? Unfortunately, there can be a lot of stigma around
The term "Kegel" is widely used to define a pelvic floor contraction. For those who don't know, the pelvic floor
If you recently found out you are pregnant, congratulations! Pregnancy is an absolutely incredible journey, and the physical changes your
ATTENTION all women with lower back and hip pain! Are your physiotherapists asking you the following eight questions? If not,
When you assess a female client with lower back and/or hip pain, are you asking these questions? Have you ever
The most basic pelvic floor exercise in 5 easy steps: the Kegel. Starting position: something comfortable -- lying down, sitting
If you’re pregnant and experiencing hip or lower back pain, you are not alone! Joint aches and pains are definitely
I think most of the women I have talked to who are pregnant or who have been pregnant, share what
Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles that sits like a bowl within your pelvis. The pelvic floor muscles
Karlyn Driedger, MScPT, BScKin Individuals who are experiencing urinary incontinence often hear that they should perform kegel exercises. They also