Pelvic Floor Physio

Pelvic floor physio can be a helpful resource in pregnancy and postpartum. It can help with painful intercourse, muscle relaxation or strengthening, decreasing risk of prolapse, incontinence, and constipation. Awareness and control of pelvic floor muscles assists with pushing during the second stage of labour. There are numerous pelvic floor physiotherapists that you can see […]

Rh Negative Blood Type? You may need Rh Immune Globulin (WinRho)

If you have a negative blood type, you may need to have WinRho to help prevent the formation of antibodies that can affect future pregnancies. If your baby has a positive blood type and there is mixing of their blood with yours, your immune system will form antibodies to the positive blood. This is most […]

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)

The Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada recommends that all pregnant women are offered gestational diabetes testing in pregnancy. Pregnancy creates a natural state of insulin resistance due to hormonal changes and the need to provide nutrients to the growing fetus. For many women insulin resistance will not cause any problems however, for some […]


Visits occur monthly for 30 minutes and include: Check in with questions answered Blood pressure Weight Fetal heart rate auscultation Abdominal palpation for uterus size Review of lab results, genetic screening if completed, ultrasound and other results