Pelvic Health Is Mental Health

In our recent survey, 87% of women said that dealing with pelvic health issues had affected their mental health at some stage. It’s been proven that the physical changes a woman experiences after having children can impact her mental health. We’re launching a brand new campaign to educate, raise awareness and highlight the physical, [...]

2019-11-26T02:07:59-08:00By |Pelvic Floor|0 Comments

Postpartum Running Guidelines | Guest Article By Emma Brockwell, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Postpartum Running Guidelines Guest Article By Emma Brockwell, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, a.k.a. Physio Mum Why is it so important that you do not return to running too soon post-baby? Pregnancy and childbirth weaken and stress our internal and external muscles. Running is high impact, and if our bodies are not strong enough or have not [...]

2019-11-26T02:13:11-08:00By |Blog - All, Pelvic Floor|0 Comments

How to do Pelvic Floor Exercises

How to do Pelvic Floor Exercises By Team MUTU’s Kay. My midwife: “Have you been doing your pelvic floor exercises?” Me: “Ummm, yes” *frantically starts kegeling* This used to be me!  I was so unsure of what pelvic floor exercises actually were or if I was even doing them right, that I sometimes just forgot [...]

2019-08-09T09:54:09-07:00By |Pelvic Floor|0 Comments

Your Questions Answered By a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist

When you’re recovering after having a baby, even if you had your babies a long time ago, a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist is definitely the professional you need in your recovery team! These medical professionals specialize in pelvic and women’s health, from diastasis recti through to pelvic pain, dysfunction, and incontinence. If you’re dealing with [...]

Join Our FREE 30 Day #PelvicFloorChallenge!

Got 6 minutes a day? Ready to join us for our 30 day Pelvic Floor Challenge - as featured on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour #PelvicFloorChallenge Did you know incontinence will affect 50% of women during their lifetime and doubles the chance of postnatal depression? That’s why we’re encouraging women everywhere to join us in [...]

2019-11-26T03:09:47-08:00By |Blog - All, Pelvic Floor|0 Comments

My First Visit To a Pelvic Physical Therapist

A Blog by Team MUTU's Kay - Mama to Baby Henry. In the weeks after I gave birth I kinda knew something wasn’t quite right with my pelvic floor. Not just your average “I just pushed a watermelon sized human out of my vagina” feelings, no, it was something more than that and the symptoms [...]

2018-02-06T07:39:02-08:00By |Pelvic Floor|0 Comments