Women's Health Articles

We want you to have all the information you need to feel best equipped to handle any injury or dysfunction related to the women's health, pelvic floor disorders, prenatal care, and postpartum health. If any information is missing from this page that would be helpful to you, just let us know! 


The Female Pelvic Floor

Female Pelvic Floor

The Female Pelvic Floor contain several layers of muscles that have multiple distinct functions. Get to know your pelvic floor muscles and the role they play in function.

How Diet May Affect Your Bladder

There are many foods, fluids, and habits that can irritate the bladder. This handout has suggestions for ways you might be able to change your habits to better control your bladder and suggestions for maintaining a healthy amount of fluid intake. 

What to Expect After Bladder Surgery

Here you will find answers to some common questions about postoperative care after bladder surgery. These are safe suggestions to get you pack to your previous level of activity, but always check with your physician before starting any program. 

Safe Exercises for Prolapse

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Now that you understand a bit more about prolapse, let’s look at what exercises we can do to help mitigate symptoms.

One of the functions of the pelvic floor is to support vital organs- the bladder, uterus, and rectum. So what happens when the tissues become lax and the organs start to drop?

Running Post Baby: Guidelines

Abdomino-phrenic dyssynergia

Three physiotherapists in the UK developed guidelines based on current research to help women get back to running as soon as physically possible.

Do you look 6 months pregnant no matter what you eat or how often you work out? Is your GI stumped by your always bloated belly? Have you tried various diets and exercises with no luck? …. You may have APD!