What is the pelvic floor? The pelvic floor is a sling that spans the bottom of the pelvis, much like a trampoline. It is comprised of muscles, ligaments, connective tissue and nerves. Why is it important? Who needs it? How do I do them? Try:......

There is nothing like doing a good poo! Unfortunately nothing causes more misery in people’s lives than bowel problems. This may include constipation, difficulty emptying the bowels, poor control of gas and stool, rectal prolapse, haemorrhoids or pain from anal fissures. Bowel problems are very common.......

Golf is a popular sport played worldwide. The increasing number of hours we spend on the golf course or driving range means an increased risk of injury. The golf swing is indeed a complex activity involving a series of coordination movement. To achieve a “perfect”......

Dry needling is a safe and commonly used procedure where a fine acupuncture needle is inserted into the skin, and into myofascial trigger points. Myofascial trigger points (MTrP) are areas of muscle that form knots when under prolonged tension. MTrP’s are often tender and can refer pain to other areas......

There are two very important reasons why you should be exercising during COVID19: mental health and immunity. There is a growing amount of evidence showing that exercise reduces the risk of most types of disease, including communicable i.e. viral and bacterial infections. This suggests that......

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorders in Australia. They affect nearly 30 percent of adults at some point in their lives. National polls also show that anxiety is on the rise. Such trends indicate there needs to be a greater emphasis on promoting healthy practices......

1 in 5 Australian’s aged 16-85 experience mental illness every year, this is the highest figure in 10 years. We often overlook our mental health when we think about being ‘healthy’, but the truth is, you can’t have good physical health without having good mental......

Empty the bladder 4-7 times a day It is normal to sleep through the night or to wake up once to empty your bladder Avoid getting into the habit of going ‘just-in-case’ It is important to sit down on the toilet and not ‘hover’ Take......

The in’s and out’s of vaginal discharge The vagina is designed to keep itself clean. It is normal for women to produce clear or white secretions (discharge) from their vagina. The amount and type of discharge can change during menstruation, as well as during pregnancy......

The do’s and don’ts of washing your nether regions From vaginal steaming to jade eggs, the internet is literally flooded with products and devices to keep the vagina healthy. But when keeping a vagina happy and healthy, it is definitely a case of less is......

MIND THE GAP During pregnancy, the growing baby and hormonal changes cause the tummy to stretch. As the baby continues to grow, the tummy muscles (rectus abdominus) may start to stretch apart or separate and a ‘gap’ can form where the muscles join down the......

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