A education 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.
An athlete, by definition, is a person who competes in sports or games that require physical strength. By this definition, I believe every mother has an inner athlete in them. Help you be your best self From a young age, I was an athlete at heart, and luckily had a mother who supported my ambition to try nearly every sport possible. From pretending I was Elizabeth Manly in my beginner figure skating class to playing […]
I had a chance to sit down and chat with the wonderful Dr. Erin Kasparek, Naturopathic Doctor here in Ottawa and get the scoop on our poop.
What if I told you that your vulva and vagina are self-cleaning and that you don’t have to wash with soap? I’ve created a new video below to address vulva care and hygiene. Plus it means another video with my Vulva puppet!
I am fortunate enough that I get to do what I love. I LOVED filming these videos (so much so that I filmed this one at 6 in the morning)!
This week on “It’s Not TMI” I am talking all about kegels!
Have you ever said to your healthcare practitioner “This might be too much information…”, If so, I have just the just the series for you!
Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a branch of orthopaedic physiotherapy with the focus being on the muscles, joints, tendons, bones and organs found in and around the vagina and rectum.
Frequently Asked Questions I have been encountering some great questions about the postnatal pelvic floor. Below is a list of the most common questions. Q: How long after delivery should I wait to see a pelvic floor physiotherapist? I generally recommend waiting 6 weeks before having an internal vaginal examination; your body requires time to heal. However if you are experiencing low back or pelvic pain, seeing a physiotherapist sooner will be beneficial. Q: I […]
The number one question I get asked is “How do I know if I should see a pelvic floor physiotherapist”. The short answer is that all pelvic floor dysfunction should be evaluated and if you are not sure, having an evaluation and the education that accompanies can be invaluable.