A Beginner’s Guide to Clinical Pilates

Pilates has been around for over one hundred years and began as a way to enhance rehabilitation, improve technique, and recover from an injury sustained by dancers. The key principles of pilates are breath, concentration, centring, control, precision, and flow, which are also applied to clinical Pilates. While Pilates has evolved to include modern practices…

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Debunking Common Physiotherapy Myths

If you have yet to experience physiotherapy, you are probably wondering what a physiotherapist does? Perhaps you have heard the subject mentioned in passing by colleagues or family members or seen it in the media. In short, physiotherapy is a beneficial treatment used to aid physical well-being and assist with recovery and pain management. It…

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A Beginner’s Guide To Incontinence

Incontinence, also known as urinary incontinence or the loss of bladder control, affects twice as many women as men, mainly due to pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. Although quite common, it is a topic that many people, women especially, are reluctant to discuss – even with their doctors. Because of this, occasional urine leakage, which is…

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Busting Myths About Your Pelvic Floor

Are discussions with your friends your only source of information about the pelvic floor? Are you interested in learning more about pelvic floor health? Do you want to know the truth about common pelvic floor myths?  Pelvic floor problems are not uncommon. Fortunately, with recent advancements in physiotherapy, surgery is not the only solution for…

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