Gynae Cancer Awareness and IPPS in Chicago this October!

I’ve just come back from a gorgeous trip to Paris – the sun was shining but the leaves were turning and all the shops had signs up for ‘La Rentree’, that ‘re-entry’ period signalling the end of summer, time to think about school and a returning to learning. Speaking of learning: Did you know that
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Taking care of the Female Athlete

When I bring up the topic of pelvic floor dysfunction in athletes, stress incontinence is usually the first aspect of pelvic health that springs to mind – and rightly so, as professional sport is one of the risk factors for stress urinary incontinence. (Poswiata et al 2014). The majority of studies show that the average
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Optimal Health after Hysterectomy – Online Course

For Every Woman Who Needs to Know and Every Women’s Wellness Professional Serving the Hysterectomy Patient At the most recent calculation, 1.2 million women a year underwent a Hysterectomy procedure worldwide.  With a figure of 55,000 in the UK and just over 500,000 in the USA.  Why women undergo this procedure is as varied as
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January is the new January

Happy New Year! I hope that 2015 was good to you and 2016 will be even better. This is going to be a year of #radicalselfcare for me – I stepped off the whirlwind of work and travel about three weeks ago and today is my first day back at proper work. What a change
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September is the new January

How can it be nearly the end of September already? But it is…the light is changing as it comes in lower, its a little bit darker every morning when I open the curtains, and I am loving having a fire lit in the evenings. The French have a wonderful word for this time of year
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All Things Down Under!

A sneak peek into my upcoming Australian Adventure!

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