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NEW PELVIC FLOOR PHYSIOTHERAPIST LAURA WERNER NOW IN VICTORIA BC

Posted in on Jun 25, 2015.

 PELVIC FLOOR PHYSIOTHERAPY IN VICTORIA BC Laura Werner is a Registered Physiotherapist with specific training in the management and treatment of pelvic floor problems, men’s and women’s incontinence, chronic pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, constipation and the pregnant and postpartum pelvis. Laura is an experienced Physiotherapist and has completed many postgraduate courses in incontinence, pelvic dysfunction, sexual dysfunction and orthopaedics and pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain. Since graduating she has...

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Physiotherapist Andrew Mills has joined our Victoria Team

Posted in NewsPhysiotherapy on Apr 27, 2015.

Shelbourne Physiotherapy is very pleased to announce that Physiotherapist Andrew Mills is joining our team. Andrew brings not only professionalism, integrity, accountability but honesty and passion for patient outcomes. His area of expertise lies in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy & Rehabilitation, Vestibular Therapy, Acupuncture and Sports Related Injuries. Andrew is practicing at our main Shelbourne Physiotherapy Clinic located at 100B-3200 Shelbourne Street. Check out his bio at www.shelbournephysio.ca/staff/bio/andrew-mills. Welcome Andrew! ...

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What is Pilates?

Posted in Pilates on Mar 24, 2015.

PILATES IN VICTORIA BC With an emphasis on core conditioning, breathing and body awareness, Pilates exercises are a safe and highly effective way to stretch, strengthen and streamline your body without building bulk or stressing your joints. Performed on a mat or on specialised equipment, Pilates is a fitness regime for life. Pilates Classes are the perfect complement to cardiovascular exercise, sport, rehab and life.  Pilates will leave you looking...

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Signs of a Pelvic Floor Problem

Posted in Physiotherapy on Mar 10, 2015.

What are the Signs of a Pelvic Floor Problem? Common signs that can indicate a pelvic floor problem include: accidentally leaking urine when you exercise, laugh, cough or sneeze needing to get to the toilet in a hurry or not making it there in time constantly needing to go to the  toilet finding it difficult to empty your bladder or bowel accidentally losing control of your bladder or bowel accidentally passing wind a...

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