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Real Time Ultrasound

Real Time Ultrasound

Have you heard about real time ultrasound? Real time ultrasound allows you to visualise soft tissue structures in the body. It shows you how your muscles are contracting as you are engaging them. Similar to when pregnant women check the health and growth of the unborn...

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Safe exercises early post-birth

Safe exercises early post-birth

I often receive questions about how early mums can start doing core exercises and which exercises I would recommend for early post- birth. So here are my thoughts in a blog. Firstly there are some exercises which you can start before your 6 week check up with your...

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Is listening to your body enough?

Is listening to your body enough?

We will often read or say “listen to your body” (I say that all the time too) but I have to admit there is an ISSUE with this statement especially if you have just had a baby…even more so if it’s your first baby…YOUR BODY IS DIFFERENT NOW AND HOW ON EARTH CAN YOU KNOW...

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Get Moving With Prolapse – Guest Blog

Get Moving With Prolapse – Guest Blog

June is Prolapse awareness month and I would like to share with you another successful story. I met Natalie through social media, we have few things in common: both of us have stage 2 bladder prolapse, both of us keep active with prolapse and both of us are trying to...

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Eating to heal – guest blog

Eating to heal – guest blog

Women often go out of their way to fix and help others – often to our own detriment. So many of us do not realize that in order to heal ourselves we need specific foods to improve the bodies ability to heal and recovery faster. You are what you eat after all! When...

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My life with prolapse – update

My life with prolapse – update

Just a year ago I found out that I have prolapse. It wasn’t easy to share with everyone publicly but I knew that there are many women out there who have prolapse and they feel alone. After learning about my “injury” I’ve decided to learn as much as I could about how...

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My life with prolapse

My life with prolapse

This is going to be a very personal post with maybe even too much info for some.  But I thought that my first blog would be a good place to share my story. We tend to take our pelvic floor for granted till something happens. I was the same. That is why now, I want to...

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The perfect body

The perfect body

Since I can remember I always wanted the “perfect body”! When I was a teenager I wanted to look like the super models. I always was on a diet and for about two years I exercised pretty much every night for an hour in my room. If I couldn’t exercise for some reason I...

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How to check for abdominal separation

How to check for abdominal separation

Diastasis recti (also known as abdominal muscle separation) is the stretching/weakening of the linea alba and the entire abdominal wall that occurs during pregnancy. It usually happens during later stages of pregnancy and sometimes doesn’t go back together afterwards,...

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