Urinary Incontinence in Women; Physiotherapy in Alliston

Debunking the Myths Surrounding Urinary Incontinence in Women Ever heard the saying “I laugh so hard that tears roll down my legs”? I hear from a lot of women that they could never jump on a trampoline or keep their legs uncrossed when they laugh, or they always need...

Watch for the gap: rectus diastasis!

The term rectus diastasis refers to the separation of the abdominal muscles (the “6-pack muscle”) away from the midline of the body. Rectus diastasis is common during and after pregnancy, due to the body adapting to the growing baby. Sometimes the separation will...

Prevent your next running injury!

As we head into the doldrums of winter, some of us are starting to ramp up our running in preparation for our next (virtual) event.  Here are some common mistakes that lead to the vast majority of running injuries that I see in the clinic: Increasing your...

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