• NOVEMBER 25, 2020
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    Pelvic Floor Information for Men

    You may be surprised to know that about 1 in 3 men who visit the GP have trouble controlling their bladder or bowel. Incontinence is likely to affect closer to 2 in 3 men, as many men feel embarrassed to discuss it even with their doctor. This is very unfortunate as there are effective treatments

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    • NOVEMBER 4, 2020
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    Hypermobility And The Pelvic Floor

    Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and hypermobility spectrum disorder are conditions that impact the connective tissue in your body. This most commonly present in the clinic as a client with bend joints or significant flexibility. The tissue that supports your pelvic organs is made up mostly of ligaments and fascia – all of which are connective

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    • OCTOBER 23, 2020
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    Tailbone Pain

    Tailbone pain is a tricky one. Lots of people experience it and they don’t always understand why and what they can do about it. In this post we’re going to cover a few reasons why coccyx’s get sore that are quite common to hopefully help you understand a little bit more about this issue and

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    • FEBRUARY 19, 2020
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    The Relationship Between Endometriosis, Back Pain & Pelvic Pain.

    Did you know back and pelvic pain can be a sign of endometriosis? Possibly not. Many women show signs of endometriosis long before they are diagnosed and one of the signs can be lower back and pelvic pain. The easiest way to understand endometriosis is to start by thinking of the cells in the uterus

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