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Self Care: Are You Listening to Your Body? With Dr Stan Cross

14th December 2017

Pamela and Dr Stan Cross discuss how our bodies are always sending us messages through our symptoms, but most of us don’t listen, or don’t know how to listen properly, and suffer as a result. They talk about attitudes and solutions to women’s health issues, from continence and thyroid problems, to new types of stress […]

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How to get the Best Out of Your Relationship – With Wendy Capwell

26th November 2017

In this Podcast, Pamela had the pleasure of talking to Wendy Capewell about everything from how to help your relationship with your partner survive the teenage years, what to do when you’re stuck in a rut and also how to take care of yourself and meet your own needs. You can find Wendy here: Website: […]

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Naturopathic Colon Hydrotherapy, With Jane Bush

26th October 2017

Welcome to the 3D Woman Podcast! Today’s episode is with Jane Bush from Gedling Colonics, who is a Naturopathic Colon Hydrotherapist. We talk poo, jetwashing, Satan and faecal implants – and of course a tour guide around what Colonics are and how they can help you. Get in touch with Jane at Gedling Colonics or […]

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Let’s Relax about… Relaxin

9th August 2017

Perhaps the first thing to emphasise about Relaxin is that it is a woman’s friend. No hormone is produced by the body without a helpful purpose and in harmony with other amazing processes. Yes there’s a delicate balance that can often go wrong, but that’s usually down to external factors rather than a faulty blueprint. […]

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Uptight and Personal – The Hypertonic Pelvic Floor

27th February 2017

Men, as we all know, have a lot to answer for. We also know that they are often just trying to do the right thing. Arnold Kegel has changed many a woman’s life for the better, by introducing pelvic floor exercises, or ‘Kegels’, to his practice as a gynaecologist. These repetitive, conscious contractions are, according […]

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Under Pressure – Constipation and your Pelvic Floor

14th November 2016

Constipation is a fact of life – most people have it at some point or other. It can come and go… but too often it becomes a permanent fact of life. So what’s the big deal for women? Unfortunately, it can be the cause of all sorts of pelvic issues, from pain to pelvic floor […]

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Incontinence – The Loo Taboo

14th November 2016

Before I start, I know this is hard. Just clicking on the link might admit a problem, might indicate there’s something your super-woman persona hasn’t quite conquered yet. But you are not alone. You are ONE IN THREE. I wrote this blog for the wonderful Henpicked Website, so can’t in all conscience put the full […]

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Mind the Gap – Pubic Symphysis Pain

14th November 2016

Pelvic pain can be caused by so many different things, but the majority of issues women experience are termed ‘mechanical’ – i.e. caused by overloading or improper movement patterns. How could anyone have improper movement patterns? Or overload their pelvis? Think “being a mum”….! What is Pubis Symphysis Pain? In essence, pubic symphysis dysfunction (PSD […]

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Prolapse – Pandora’s Box

10th November 2016

Prolapse can be the elephant in the room… the gym… the relationship… in someone’s self esteem. Because this subject is so important, so under-discussed, this blog avoids my usual amusing musings, and is intended to get the facts straight, provide information that’s clear and useful, and give suggestions on what to do next if you […]

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What is your Pelvis Trying to Tell You? The Pelvic Floor

28th April 2016

Pelvic floor – The pelvic floor muscles are located between your legs, and run from your pubic bone at the front to the base of your spine at the back. They are shaped like a sling and hold your pelvic organs (uterus, vagina, bowel and bladder) in place. The majority of my clients come to me […]

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Pelvic Perfection ~ Down the Rabbit Hole

1st December 2015

As you know, I’m a huge fan of the human body and its amazing capabilities. Did you know, for example, that human bone is as strong as granite, or that humans are bioluminescent and glow in the dark? (Thanks Distractify). But, as per my job, I’m also fascinated in hunting down how ours tend to […]

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