Exercise and Pregnancy

Pregnancy exercise

  Exercise is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle and can be particularly beneficial during and after pregnancy. Significant changes in the cardiac, respiratory, hormonal and musculoskeletal systems during pregnancy, mean that many pregnant women can experience shortness of breath, fatigue, lower back pain, pelvic joint change, separation of the abdominal muscles and urinary…

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The Difference Between Pilates and Clinical Pilates

Physiotherapist with young patient.

Pilates and Clinical Pilates may sound identical, but they have several key differences in application and practice. Here, we’ll cover what Clinical Pilates is, the benefits of Clinical Pilates, and the difference between regular Pilates and Clinical Pilates so you can decide which type would be most beneficial to you.

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Millie Bensoussan – Women’s Health Physio

Women's Health

  We have the pleasure to introduce Millie to our physio team. Millie completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy, alongside specialist training in pilates, pregnancy and currently completing her Women’s Health Certification. Over the past 8 years Millie has also taught Pilates in corporate, private and rehabilitation settings – and looks forward to bringing these skills…

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Pelvic floor problem

Pelvic Floor – out of sight but not out of mind. Although the pelvic floor is hidden from view, your pelvic floor muscles can be consciously controlled and trained, much like your arm, leg or abdominal muscles. Bladder leakage, no matter how light, is not normal and most cases can be cured or better managed.…

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