Archives | Element Physio

Ohm My Gosh! I’m Going Down, Dog!

Ohmmmmmm….. Yoga.  Just a bunch of breathing and stretching, right?  How could someone possibly get injured?  Wrong.  Yoga can be extremely strong, powerful, and physically challenging.  It is known for being rehabilitative and therapeutic, and in most cases...

To Kegel or Not to Kegel: Demystifying the Pelvic Floor

The Pelvic Floor muscles are a small group muscles located at the bottom of the pelvis. They start at the tailbone and run forward to attach on the pubic bone. The two hip bones make the sides of the “bowl” and the pelvic floor is the bottom of the bowl. 1...

10 Myths of Physiotherapy

Our clinic blogger, physiotherapist Jenn Everett, has recently moved to Calgary and we have been missing her witty and thorough entries.  She’s left some big blogging shoes to fill so I thought I’d take a stab at this month’s post.  I could barely...