While you get a lot of unsolicited advice during pregnancy, don’t miss out on Dr. Laura’s top 3 things you can do now to make your future postpartum self’s life easier, healthier, and less stressful.
We all have to take extra precaution to avoid getting sick especially in the winter months, but pregnant women have a tougher job of that since the immune system changes during pregnancy. Check out Dr. Laura’s favourite immune boosting tips that are both safe and effective during pregnancy.
Since opening our doors in September, we have had the privilege of connecting with many women facing a variety of health concerns that leave them feeling isolated and unable to relate to others in their struggles.
Establishing these meaningful connections has inspired us to directly support a cause that is addressing feelings of loneliness and segregation faced by women who are living at or using the services local agencies and shelters in Ottawa.
The Shoebox Project is a simple and creative way to add a bit of sparkle to someone’s holiday, because everyone deserves more than just basic necessities of living.
A educational video on the importance of self exploration of your anatomy. This helps you to better connect to your pelvic floor. This video is showing the female anatomy but the information is important for the male anatomy as well.
As such, all of us, and especially athletes, need a healthy, adaptable and resilient pelvic floor to enhance the capacity of the “deep” or “anticipatory” core muscles (also including the respiratory diaphragm, transverse abdominis, and multifidus) to allow for speed, agility, coordination, and overall performance. Especially due to its close proximity to the deep hip musculature that is used for a lot of sports.