I recently received a message from a client who is 20 weeks pregnant with her first baby. She has signed on to an app which gives regular updates on the progression of her pregnancy, including exercises that she should do at each stage. Should she be following it’s advice?
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Did you know that you have multiple options for where you can give birth? Have you considered that not all places will have the same equipment, protocols, support structures?
Today I had a great chat with Julie Wiebe, a Physical Therapist from Los Angeles who combines the two worlds of sports and women’s health physical therapy. I really wanted to pick Julie’s brain about exercise and the pelvic floor, as she loves working with athletes and has a passion for getting women back to doing all the things that love doing, despite having a history of incontinence or prolapse.
Susan Clinton answers the common questions that people have regarding sex during pregnancy and after the birth.
Pelvic Pain is pretty darn common – according to the WHO 20% of women have some kind of pelvic pain. Here I talk with Amy Stein about what it feels like, why you should see a doctor, and the treatments available.
Dr. Michelle Sands talks about Heartburn in Pregnancy, natural remedies to relieve it, and how to avoid it.
I’ve been a new mum and I know how exciting it is taking our children to singing classes, baby signing, baby gym…and many other fun mother and baby activities. But can these activities assist with communication and language development in our baby?
Struggling to get your baby to sleep? Looking for some simple strategies that you can implement straight away to help your baby learn the difference between day and night? Want to learn more about self settling and how to use a dummy/ pacifier effectively?
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Lily Nichols (aka the Pilates Nutritionist), who is a registered dietitian/nutritionist and diabetes educator from the USA. Lily has not only helped hundreds of women with gestational diabetes manage their blood sugar levels through dietary changes and exercise guidance, but has also worked at the public policy level helping the Californian government write the current guidelines related to this condition.
Are you pregnant and suffering pain or pins and needles in the hand? Are you a new mum suffering from wrist and thumb pain? Check out this info