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Physiotherapy

As adults, we live in the forward plane-- walking, running, buking, stairs-- they all keep us moving in one direction, and we never move laterally (side to side) or rotations, and our bodies are meant to move in ALL directions. It's no wonder we tend to get stiffer as we...

Exercise is good, right?  But how soon is too soon after giving birth? If you had an uncomplicated vaginal birth, you can start gentle exercise (walking, stairs, breathing exercises, some abdominal exercises) almost immediately after giving birth, but clear it with a medical professional first.  Research on women who begin exercise after giving birth shows...

Posture– or avoiding slouching—is often discussed by people who have lower back or neck pain.  People are often told to sit up straight, as poor posture has been thought to be one of the causes of back or neck pain. Research shows that people with low back pain may find certain postures painful, but it...