Loading in sport, then, appears to be a concept that is constantly monitored, or at least should be, when considering injury risk and recovery.
The Pregnancy Pelvic Floor Plan smart phone app was developed in conjunction with The Pregnancy Centre and with input from women who are currently pregnant or have recently had a baby.
The Continence Foundation of Australia has developed a free, safe-exercise app to enable people at risk of pelvic floor dysfunction to continue to exercise without putting additional pressure on their pelvic floor.
Mind the Bump is a free Mindfulness Meditation App to help individuals and couples support their mental and emotional wellbeing in preparation for having a baby and becoming a new parent.
The focus of The Pregnancy Centre is to help you to understand more about safe and effective exercises for before, during and after pregnancy with a particular interest on protecting the pelvic floor.
There is no doubt about it – pregnancy is physically demanding! Regular exercise is an essential way of helping your body cope with the increased demands on your joints, muscles, heart and lungs.
Pelvic Floor First is an initiative of the Continence Foundation of Australia and aims to reduce the number of men and women who experience pelvic floor dysfunction as a result of inappropriate exercise regimes.
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The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is a not-for-profit organisation formed to build a healthier and more productive community by improving the quality of life of people with pelvic pain.