Attention teenagers of Australia! Talking about the loo shouldn’t be taboo!

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  Despite what many in the public believe, bladder problems and bowel problems – known as incontinence – are not isolated to pregnant women, mothers, or the elderly. In support of this is recent data published by the Continence…

Pelvic Girdle Pain

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  According to the 2018 syllabus for ‘The Pregnant Pelvis’ (presented by the APA) 20-25% of pregnant women and 7% of postpartum women suffer from pelvic girdle pain.   Some signs that may indicate you suffer from Low Back-Pelvic…
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Bladder Leakage During Sport & Exercise: a major issue impacting women from adolescence to adulthood

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  Did you know the incidence of bladder leakage AKA urinary incontinence in female athletes can be as high as 80%, particularly in sports that involve jumping, running, and frequent changes in body position such as netball, trampolining,…

The what, the where, and the why of the Pelvic Floor

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Commentary on the importance of a strong pelvic floor is becoming increasingly more common in the Australian media landscape. Pelvic floor physiotherapists are discussing this vital structure of the human body on breakfast television (see video…

World Continence Week!

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Monday 18th June – 24th June is World Continence Week! This is a perfect opportunity to raise awareness, and ensure our community understands the prevalence of incontinence in our society and the treatment options available to them. Our…

The Story of the Organs: Part 1

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'The Story of the Organs: part 1' is a cute cartoon and story that explains the impact that chronic constipation and prolapse can have on the bladder, particularly the risk of bladder incontinence. It is published and produced…

Investigate the cause!

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Don’t spend all your money before investigating the cause! You may have noticed heaps of ads on TV selling incontinence pads, and yes – about 1 in 4 Australians suffer from incontinence issues... but pads merely treat the symptom... Unless…

Pelvic Floor... we all have one!

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Myth: Only women have a pelvic floor. Fact: Both men and women have a pelvic floor! Both genders are susceptible to bladder and bowel problems or muscle pain if their pelvic floor is not functioning properly! Simple advice everyone…