Video Series

Postnatal Tips with Sarah Trottier: Lifting and carrying your baby’s carseat

Postnatal Tips with Sarah Trottier: Lifting and Carrying Your Baby’s Car Seat

To all the new and expecting moms (and dads) out there. It’s estimated that two-thirds of new
moms experience low back pain, often attributed to heavy work, including lifting, carrying and
breastfeeding your new bundle of joy and love. Caring for your newborn is a lot of work (filled with a lot of reward), be kind to your own body too!

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Taking a deeper and more specific look: The use of real time ultrasound for abdominal-pelvic rehab

Taking a Deeper and More Specific Look: The Use of Real Time Ultrasound for Abdominal-Pelvic Rehab

We are so excited to offer the use of real time ultrasound (RTUS) imaging as an adjunct to our clinical and manual tests for abdominal-pelvic physiotherapy. It is the same type of ultrasound that physicians use to look at a baby in utero. It is used to identify potential issues in organs or inflammation in a tendon. However, we will be able to do it in house and with a focus on abdominal-pelvic health concerns.

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It’s Not TMI: The Difference Between a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Exam and a Pap Test

It’s Not TMI: The Difference Between a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Exam and a Pap Test

After Lisa Flanders’ post on A Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Exam is NOT a Pap Test many questions came in asking about the difference. It’s Not TMI and if you have an idea for a future episode, Contact Us

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Urinary Leakage

Path of the Breath: Optimize Pressures to Limit Urinary Leakage

Consciously connecting to pelvic floor just before and holding it during a cough or sneeze (aka “the knack”) can be a very helpful and functional way to limit urine leakage. However, we also need to think about and manage pressures above – especially if “kegeling” is not working for you. Check out this video to assist your pelvic floor even more with this simple breath awareness technique.

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