Pelvic floor specialist Nina Olson shares 4 things new moms don’t know about their body after having a child, and why seeing a physical therapist can help!
Exercise during the years surrounding menopause, perimenopause, is very important. During menopause estrogen drops and muscle atrophy accelerates and bone loss can occur. Exercise can help with this.
Did you know that every 3 seconds someone fractures a bone due to osteoporosis? There are specific types of exercises that can be done to help maintain and improve your bone and muscle strength, regardless of your activity level.
The problem with Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is that it is very common, and so many women choose to just live with it. Up to 40% of women suffer from varying degrees of leakage.