The Core Confidence Network is your destination for health and wellness information for vagina owners (with a heavy emphasis on pelvic health because that is the source of our core confidence) through pregnancy, motherhood and menopause.
Hypertonic muscles or a non-relaxing pelvic floor can be a major contributor to pelvic pain and discomfort such as tailbone pain or SI Joint pain.
We can feel good and enjoy all stages of life without the stress of pain. Understanding the issues and solutions can bring back the pleasure we deserve.
Do you suffer from pelvic pain, diastases recti or pelvic organ prolapse? Tight hamstrings and hip flexors can cause pelvic floor pain and tension.
The event is June 22nd from 6pm to 9pm at Brix Studio in Gastown. It is World Continence Week and I know it is a busy week but carve out time for YOU!
As a low-impact therapy, aquatic exercise is ideal for pregnancy pain relief. Increased buoyancy, greater flexibility and less risk of falls are also benefits.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with challenges like incontinence and organ prolapse and regain a sense of control and confidence in your life.
Are you struggling with pelvic floor symptoms consuming your thoughts and interfering with your quality of life? Are you considering surgery as an option?
How to care for your body while you are pregnant or recently postpartum, can often be confusing and difficult to know exactly what is right for you.
Diastasis recti, or diastasis as it is more commonly referred, is composed of two straps of muscle (“six-pack”) held at the midline by the Linea Alba.
If you’re approaching the age of menopause, you may be unsure, or even a little fearful, of what to expect. Menopause is often surrounded negative undertones.
High heels can be beautiful and sexy, but they can also be a problem for your posture, spine, and back.
Incontinence, chronic back pain, and organ prolapse are common challenges for women but not something you need to live with or accept as normal.
With the holiday season and all the festivities, feelings of comfort and joy may not be the first thing that comes to mind for many women.
This post is about my decision to have surgery for my prolapse, a rectocele, that I have lived with for over 8 years now.