Women’s Health Physiotherapist Recommends MUTU System

I was delighted this week to be contacted by Women’s Health Physiotherapist at La Femme Physio in Kingston upon Thames, Claire Rutherford, who wrote: "...I am a clinical specialist in Women’s Health Physiotherapy and have been reading the great work you’ve been doing and all the sound advice you’ve been giving to women.  It’s great [...]

Sex After Childbirth

Sex after childbirth can be a sensitive issue, in more ways than one. That 'giving birth' thing is a life changing event which affects every aspect of your body, your emotions and your relationship with your partner. It may also have been traumatic, physically damaging and painful... so if you're not feeling like doing it [...]

2020-11-23T21:23:41-08:00By |Blog - All, Pelvic Floor|0 Comments

Pelvic Floor Exercises

Moms are told all the time *do your pelvic floor exercises!*. But Kegels (named after the gynecologist who invented them, a bloke, incidentally. Go figure...) and pelvic floor exercises can be confusing. You've heard about them so many times, you almost don't like to ask, "HOW do I do pelvic floor exercises?", and WHY are [...]

2011-04-23T12:11:19-07:00By |Blog - All, Pelvic Floor|4 Comments

Pelvic Floor Yoga

If you've ever been pregnant (which if you're here I'm assuming you probably have) you will have heard of pelvic floor exercises. They're pretty darned important should you wish to hold in your wee for the rest of your days, so well worth genning up on. Pelvic floor exercises are often called Kegels, named after [...]