A lot happens to the body during pregnancy and delivery. I don’t care which way that baby comes out, there is healing that needs to happen!
Women everywhere seem to be well aware of a kegel exercise. But what if you already have tight pelvic floor muscles? For this group of people, performing unnecessary kegel exercises can create or worsen problems.
I am often asked, can I run while pregnant? For a pelvic floor physiotherapist that can be a very loaded question. Firstly, the health of the growing baby and mother are of utmost importance...
You might have heard of a kegel exercise before. They are often discussed as an exercise that helps with incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse. But do you really know how to kegel? It’s been estimated that roughly half of all women contract their pelvic floors improperly.