Welcome to 2019!!! The team at Calm & Connection Physiotherapy are busting to get started because we have so many ideas, passions, people and projects that we want to get stuck into straight away! As always, life is changing and we have some big personal items on the agenda as well! To start 2019 we wanted to share with you what we are up to and we hope you like our first blog of the year… [Read More]
We all know we should ‘do it’, we all want to be good at ‘doing it’, we all feel great when we do ‘do it’. So why is exercise still such a hot topic to discuss and why do we need ‘experts’ to motivate us to get going. Simply put, human nature and the thinking mind enables us to go for the easy option. Suddenly… motivation is becoming a very complex issue… [Read More]
In a world where cesarean sections are required in 26%-30% of births, instrument assisted vaginal deliveries are on the increase and well thought out birth plans are rarely played out, I ask my fellow men and women to please stop telling new mums that a healthy baby is all that matters!
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The more I spoke to Kristie, the more I realised that there is a phenomenal amount of crossover in ideas between her teachings in Hindu Tantrism and the physiological basis of how the pelvic complex works …. [Read More]
1 in 5 Australians suffer from persistent or chronic pain. It is a debilitating, disabling, overwhelming, frustrating and confusing condition, and for many people, it is a condition that they manage alone …. [Read More]
Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is a good pelvic floor! The silly season is upon us! And indulging in some festivity feasts is a favourite Christmas past-time of mine. Like many of us, I too might notice a couple of extra numbers on the scale after the holiday season, but in other health news: What is happening to our pelvic floor this Christmas? And how can we best care of our lady (and man) garden this year? …. [Read More]