What is the Pelvic Floor? The pelvic floor is a complex layer of muscle; fascia and fibrous tissue that helps support the pelvic organs. Does birth weaken the pelvic floor? Yes. Giving birth can weaken or damage the pelvic floor. Skeletal muscle is supposed to rupture when it reaches approximately 150% of its normal length….

Most people will have never heard of a “bursa”, however it is a very common cause of significant pain and injury in the body (bursitis). What is a bursa? A bursa is a very thin, small fibrous sack that sits between bone and tendon. They are found in the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and various…

At Active Lifestyle Physiotherapy we regularly encourage our patients to use foam rollers to help stretch tight muscles and avoid injuries. We came across this great video by Salt Lake Running Co that demonstrates a few excellent foam roller techniques. If you regularly feel your muscles are tight and need stretching and you are not…

Nocturnal Cramps: Stuart Turner, Physiotherapist Norwest and Epping. Nocturnal leg cramps in adults are a common problem with some sources reporting that approximately 30% of adults over 60 experiences some form of nocturnal leg cramps. Nocturnal leg cramps usually affect the calf muscles and intrinsic foot muscles, and are characterized by strong involuntary contraction of…

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