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Have you ever leaked with skipping, running or jumping jacks?  What about with sneezing, coughing or laughing? Bladder leaking with increased abdominal pressure or with activities is called stress urinary incontinence. You might relate with Sally’s case. She’s in her late 30s and has two children, one via vaginal birth

Are you a former competitive athlete?  Those of us who competed in high level sports when we were younger are often left with a bit of a void in adulthood. There’s running, cycling, intramurals or even CrossFit. But whatever activity you choose, there are often disconnects between what our minds

Female Athlete Month This month we are focusing on the female athlete. Females have different needs when it comes to training and performance compared to our male counterparts. Knowing these differences ensures we set females up for success through the whole spectrum of ages. On social media, we have looked

Happy National Golf Month! The golf courses have been open since stage 2 came into play, which had from the pro to beginners out booking Tee times. This month we’re offering a closer look at what special services one of our Physiotherapists offers, for not only golfers but other athletes.

Today I am going to be teaching you 4 simple at home assessments to  identify what may be holding you back from shooting lower scores this season. As a golfer myself, I have watched many different player’s swings. One of the most common problems I see is limited body rotation.

The Erg, or rowing machine, can be a great way to add cardio and strength training into your regular exercise routine. But how on earth do you use this crazy contraption? While I won’t try to turn you into Olympic rowers, or even get your out onto the water for