Irregular periods? Hormonal acne? Unexplained weight gain? Unwanted hair growth? Trouble conceiving? You may be secretly struggling with PCOS. Well, the secret’s out: you don’t have to struggle alone.
If you have never been to a physiotherapist before, you may have no particular expectations without that past experience as a frame of reference. I dig that. Because if you have had physiotherapy before, this will probably not be what you thought you were getting.
You know that woman who has a great career, has no cellulite, has two kids in two activities each, can make no-fat/no-gluten/no-calorie muffins that taste delicious, volunteers in her down time, has the perfect doting husband, has regular women’s night outs, and is always smiling? You know, Superwoman? Well, guess what? She doesn’t actually exist! Everyone has their kryptonite, the woman that you think is Superwoman, is probably just better at hiding hers.
Nobody's talking about it, but SO MANY women are suffering with uncomfortable (and sometimes downright painful) after-effects of childbirth. Let our pelvic floor specialist Shannon Stoby tell you more.
Many mothers-to-be find themselves facing anxiety, fatigue, back pain, heartburn, and nausea as a result of the many new demands being placed on their bodies. But suffering during pregnancy doesn’t have to be a given. This article provides a brief overview of how acupuncture can support your mental and physical health during the different stages of pregnancy.