Netballers: switching on the pelvic floor
Netballers: switching on the pelvic floor
Australian netball superstar, Sharelle McMahon talks with Julie McCartin about incontinence amongst netballers and how she learned how to engage her pelvic floor. Elite netballer, Sharelle McMahon remembers the...
Prostate health and incontinence
Prostate health and incontinence
Author and prostate cancer survivor Alan White shares his story about managing incontinence post-surgery Being diagnosed with prostate cancer once in a lifetime is bad enough. In 2011, after my yearly...
Day one: on the road to continence
Day one: on the road to continence
“You don’t have to endure this problem. You can get better.” This is what Shan Morrison, Pelvic Floor physiotherapist and Continence Foundation of Australia ambassador, said to me when I stepped into her office...
1 in 3 netballers are incontinent
1 in 3 netballers are incontinent
An award-winning research study has found that 30 percent of women netballers experience urinary incontinence while playing Australia’s most popular team sport for women. Netball is played by over 20 million...
Book a free talk for your community group
Book a free talk for your community group
Do you or someone you know leak when they laugh? Have a problem down under? Or trouble with the pipes? Feeling embarrassed to talk about it? You are not alone. Did you know that 1 in 4 people around Australia...
Five healthy habits for your bladder and bowel
Five healthy habits for your bladder and bowel
Five healthy habits for your bladder and bowel Good healthy bladder and bowel habits can have a significant impact on our lives, and small changes in our daily habits can help prevent, or at least improve, urinary...

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