What Does Your Poop Say About You?

I’m my house, with two small children, poop is a regular topic of discussion. Poop jokes, poopy diapers, conversations about how frequently each child pooped. Needless to say we are not shy about discussing our poop.   However, if that is not your reality (and lucky you) you may not be paying close attention to a vital marker of health. … Read More

Postpartum Pelvic Floor Workshop

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We have long been partners with Mommy Connections to work with one of our favourite groups…new moms. Join Sandra as she discusses common aches and pains of parenthood and their relationship to the pelvic floor. We will get in depth about what to expect when you see a pelvic floor therapist and when you should seek out the help of … Read More

Postpartum Pelvic Floor Workshop

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We have long been partners with Mommy Connections to work with one of our favourite groups…new moms. Join Sandra as she discusses common aches and pains of parenthood and their relationship to the pelvic floor. We will get in depth about what to expect when you see a pelvic floor therapist and when you should seek out the help of … Read More

Postpartum Pelvic Floor Workshop

melanieLeave a Comment

We have long been partners with Mommy Connections to work with one of our favourite groups…new moms. Join Melanie as she discusses common aches and pains of parenthood and their relationship to the pelvic floor. We will get in depth about what to expect when you see a pelvic floor therapist and when you should seek out the help of … Read More

Paediatric Incontinence: How to Help Children Who Suffer From Poor Bladder Control

Approximately 90% of children achieve urinary continence by the age of 5, but what is it like for those 10% that are “accident-prone”? Day- or night-wetting for children is not only uncomfortable but can also limit participation in sports, sleepovers and other social activities; and although less than 1% of affected children continue to experience incontinence into adulthood, it is … Read More

Pain Down There?

So you have pain down there, and like many people, you don’t know what to do about it. Many women ignore their pelvic pain for reasons such as – they are embarrassed, they hope it will go away or they think it’s normal to have pain (especially after having kids). Pelvic pain is NOT normal and should be assessed by … Read More

Meet Sandra – Our New Paediatric and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

Not everyone can make it into the clinic. Perhaps it is a mobility issue or maybe having small children or someone you care for at home makes it difficult to get out into the community for an appointment. Does that mean that those individuals don’t deserve the same level of care? Absolutely not! Meet Sandra Ghaly. Sandra is the newest … Read More

Why I Changed My Mind About Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

If you had of asked me five years ago if I would consider assessing pelvic floor as a large part of my orthopaedic practice, my answer would have been NO WAY!   My background is in sport medicine. I work with athletes and weekend warriors. The last thing I envisioned for myself professionally was spending a good part of my … Read More