Welcome to the Autumn 2024 edition of the Bridge Magazine. This edition has a special focus on pregnancy-related conditions that affect continence. We explore topics such as preventative care for
I said, you know what, I’m going to do all the exercises, do all the stretching, do the massaging, do everything I can do, and let's see what happens. I
Tory Toogood has been a pelvic health physiotherapist for 20 years. She works in private practice and spends some of her time teaching Masters of Physiotherapy students at Flinders University
Mother of three Emma Britton has been experiencing incontinence since the birth of her first child. She says women would benefit from receiving advice to see a pelvic floor physiotherapist
By Janie Thompson, National Continence Helpline Manager There is a lot of advice on what couples should do to prepare their bodies before they start trying to have a baby
Welcome to the Summer 2023 edition of Bridge . This edition has a special focus on toilet training, with plenty of information and tips to ensure a positive experience for
The Continence Foundation of Australia is the national peak body promoting bladder and bowel control health. Our goal is to eliminate the stigma and restrictions of all aspects of incontinence
With A/Prof Patrina Caldwell Associate Professor Patrina Caldwell is a paediatrician who specialises in incontinence in children. She began working in childhood incontinence when she was researching recurrent (or reoccurring)
With Dr Janet Chase Dr Janet Chase is a physiotherapist, academic and a founding member of the Continence Foundation of Australia. She started her career in women's health and has
Melissa is 31, married with two children and she is an early childhood educator. Her eldest child, Bella, has encopresis, a condition she did not know existed before her child