injury rehab

The Pelvic Floor

2018-11-30T14:56:24+10:00

The Pelvic Floor The “pelvic floor” refers to a group of muscles that attach to the front, back and sides of the pelvic bone and sacrum (the large bone at the bottom of your spine, just above the tailbone). Like a sling or hammock, these muscles support [...]

The Pelvic Floor2018-11-30T14:56:24+10:00

Pilates for Pelvic Floor Activation

2018-11-30T14:53:46+10:00

Pilates for Pelvic Floor Activation If you Google “pelvic floor” you will get some pretty interesting advice and claims and even *ahem* devices to help you with your pelvic floor... How did a group of small (but important) muscles get so much attention? The muscles at the [...]

Pilates for Pelvic Floor Activation2018-11-30T14:53:46+10:00

Following an Exercise Plan

2018-12-28T22:12:45+10:00

We all have the best intentions when setting an exercise plan but following it always seems to be harder than creating it! Here are some strategies for actually following your plan... When are you free? Write down all the daily tasks you complete over a week. Then [...]

Following an Exercise Plan2018-12-28T22:12:45+10:00

Myotherapy and Lumbopelvic Pain

2019-05-01T10:37:53+10:00

Myotherapy for Lumbopelvic Pain Lower back pain is super common, effecting people of all ages, levels of activity and health. Myotherapy treatments can be a helpful option when addressing discomfort, pain and dysfunction of the low back or lumbopelvic region. When you consider the role of the pelvis in [...]

Myotherapy and Lumbopelvic Pain2019-05-01T10:37:53+10:00