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Working with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Here are some thoughts I wrote a year or so ago on exercises for the pelvic floor. Today I thought it would be nice to share some of my strategies for working with pelvic floor dysfunction. Like always I keep it fairly simple…that’s how my brain works ๐Ÿ™‚ what I really want to achieve is […]

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The Sacroiliac Joint: Treating Hypermobility

Continuing our series on the sacroiliac joint…we’ve looked at assessment strategies for the SIJ and strategies for working with hypomobile SIJ’s, now it’s time to look at the tricky hypermobile SIJ. Though I see these less compared to the hypomobile SIJ, you will see them and the symptoms can be very similar and extremely painful. […]

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Pelvic Floor Exercise Videos

Here are the exercises for the functional pelvic floor workout from yesterdays post, Pelvic Floor Workout. As I thought, I couldn’t convince Mrs Physioblogger to go on camera, so you’ll have to put up with me I’m afraid ๐Ÿ˜‰ This video has the squatting and lunging strategies: The tweaks you can use for this are […]

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Pelvic Floor Workout

Yesterday we discussed the strategies I use for firing the pelvic floor muscles and gave some simple ideas of how you turn the anatomical knowledge you have into functional exercise (Click here to view: Ante/Post Natal Strategies). There are infinite ways of applying these ideas, but to get you started…here is the programme I started […]

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Ante/Post Natal Strategies

Great news…there is a new baby physioblogger on the way ๐Ÿ™‚ so my poor wife will be back doing her exercises with the pelvic core ball again! Though it’s all for the good in the long run. Last time she was pregnant they seemed to really help…though you can’t actually prove that you prevented something […]

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