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Pelvic Physio Postpartum back pain in postpartum exercise in postpartum pelvic health pelvic pain pelvic pain in pregnancy pelvic physio physiotherapy physiotherapy in pregnancy Aug 24, 2022

Today’s podcast features one of our favourite guests and collaborators, Mommy Berries founder & mom of two, Melissa Dessaulles (BScPT, BScKin, Pelvic Health). Dr. Alicia and Melissa discuss what pelvic physio is really all about, demystifying common assumptions, and giving you a glimpse...

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Back Pain in Pregnancy back pain in postpartum back pain in pregnancy exercise in postpartum pelvic pain pelvic pain in pregnancy pelvic physio physiotherapy physiotherapy in pregnancy postpartum body Jan 19, 2022

In part two of our series with physiotherapist and pregnancy/postpartum pelvic health expert Krysta Norwick, Dr. Alicia discusses the very common issue of lower back pain in pregnancy. While it is highly likely to occur to most pregnant people at some point, that doesn’t mean that you...

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Pelvic Floor 101 labour and delivery pelvic health pelvic pain in pregnancy physiotherapy in pregnancy Dec 29, 2021

As we have said many times in the past, education is a form of healthcare. When it comes to your pelvic health, the better understanding you have of the physiology of the area and changes in pregnancy and childbirth, the more empowered you will feel! So today we are chatting with Aliya Dhalla,...

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Pelvic Pains of Pregnancy pelvic pain pelvic pain in pregnancy pregnancy Jun 24, 2021

If you're pregnant or postpartum, then you've more than likely experienced pelvic pain in some way, shape, or form.  

And one of the messages we want to get out there is that YES it's common but it's NOT necessarily normal!  

 

 

Dr. Sarah talks with Lauren from...

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