Private Subconscious-mind Healing (P.S.H.) – An Innovative Approach to Therapy

  Private Subconscious-mind Healing (P.S.H.) – An Innovative Approach to Therapy Discover the Power of Your Subconscious Mind for Healing and Transformation Unlock your natural ability to heal and make lasting changes with Private Subconscious-mind Healing (P.S.H.), an evidence-based therapy that taps into the innate healing potential of your subconscious. P.S.H. practitioners are highly trained […]

Recovery After C-Section – Advice from a Women’s Health Physiotherapist

Recovery After C-Section – Advice from a Women’s Health Physiotherapist Congratulations on your new arrival! The early postpartum time can be an overwhelming period of changes and challenges and that can include concerns about recovery after c-section. If you gave birth through a caesarean section (C-section), you may be facing additional challenges as you navigate […]

Improving your Bone Health in Osteoporosis or Oesteopenia

Do you suffer from osteoporosis or osteopenia? Exercise is a CRITICAL component in building and maintaining strong bones. Recent clinical studies have uncovered a powerful combination of exercises that can help keep your bones healthy. These exercises include jogging, stair climbing, skipping, step aerobics, dancing and more, combined with progressive resistance training. This combination is […]

Pregnancy Massage: Busting the Myths!

10 Pregnancy Massage Myths There are many myths surrounding massage during pregnancy, some unfounded, and some back by outdated or lack of research. Massage schools and many health professionals still teach those myths unfortunately. Pregnancy has long been seen as a fragile condition, but new research involving pregnant women and massage shows that massage during […]

Stress and Relaxation: Impact on Health

The terms stress and relaxation have different meanings in different contexts, however here, we’re going to use these terms specifically as they relate to health.   The Stress Response   Stress is a word we’re used to hearing. We say “I’m stressed” when we start to feel a bit overwhelmed, or when we lose our […]

Managing Constipation – Physiotherapy Advice

The digestive system & constipation To help you to understand how to manage constipation, we first take a look at the digestive system. The digestive system includes the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, along with three other organs, the liver, pancreas and gallbladder. The GI tract itself is a series of hollow organs that are connected to […]

Managing Wrist Pain in Pregnancy: Carpl tunnel Syndrome

  Pregnancy-related Carpal Tunnel Syndrome What is it? The carpal tunnel is located in the wrist and it is a passageway for tendons and nerves to travel through. The base of the tunnel is made up of wrist carpal bones and the top of the tunnel is made from ligaments. As a result, these stiff […]

Managing the pain in the postpartum period

Pain in the postpartum   In today’s blog, we take a look at some of the common issues of pain that can arise or continually persist following childbirth and delivery. The postpartum period is a busy season of parenting and motherhood and unfortunately, these issues can easily be left unattended and can lead to future […]

Returning to exercise: A pelvic physiotherapist’s guide

Considering exercise but have noticed either you: Experience urine loss when you run, walk, lift or jump? As a result of this, for many both men and women, they stop the exercise and for some cringe at the idea of doing any of the above-mentioned activities due to fear of experiencing issues down below.  In […]

Interview with Fiona Rogers owner of e-store Pelvic Floor Exercise

Recently Victorian committee member Tafy Seade, principal physiotherapist of Inner Active Pelvic Health, sat down with Fiona Rogers of Pelvic Floor Exercise to talk about pelvic floor devices and their use in pelvic health in addition to the impact of COVID-19. Q: Tell us about yourself and what made you get into the field of […]

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