Message from Anja Christoffersen
Message from Anja Christoffersen
Continence Foundation of Australia youth spokesperson, Anja Christoffersen, has recorded a message to coincide with World Continence Week. Anja is a 20 year-old Brisbane based model, author, motivational speaker...
How your pelvic floor muscles work in 3D
How your pelvic floor muscles work in 3D
Visualise your pelvic floor and see exactly what it is, where it's located and why it is important to train this hidden group of muscles. This 3D animation shows you how the pelvic floor muscle moves and supports...
Beth Wilson – fighting for your continence rights
Beth Wilson – fighting for your continence rights
“Like so many others I put off seeking help much longer than I should have” Beth became Patron of the Continence Foundation of Australia in 2013 with the aim of helping lift the stigma associated with...
Jacinta’s story
Jacinta’s story
A staggering 1 in 4 Australians today live with incontinence. For women, particularly those who have ever had a baby, the statistics are even higher, climbing to 1 in 3 mums. “I am one of those women,...
FAQs about pelvic floor exercises
FAQs about pelvic floor exercises
What are pelvic floor exercises, how do you do them correctly and how often? We spoke with Continence Foundation of Australia member, Brisbane physiotherapist Sue Croft who offered this advice. How often should...

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