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Physical Activity and Urinary Incontinence in Women – RECRUITING


Urinary incontinence affects up to one in five Canadian women. Stresses induced on the pelvic floor during high impact activities such as running are associated with reports of urine leakage during these activities. This experience of “stress urinary incontinence” ultimately leads women to withdraw from these activities, and inactivity can lead to adverse health [...]

Questionnaires for Exercise Induced Urinary Incontinence – RECRUITING


The health benefits of physical activity are many, and exercise appears to protect many women from bladder control issues. Yet in some cases, urine leakage in women can be aggravated by physical activity. This “exercise-induced urinary incontinence” is not well understood, both in terms of the underlying problem and how best to manage it. To [...]

Improving care for females with urinary incontinence – RECRUITING


Do you want to improve care for females with urinary incontinence? Our team is exploring the current management of females who experience urinary incontinence in Ontario. We are looking to speak to: 1. Females who sought healthcare professionals to diagnose and/or treat urinary incontinence in Ontario in the past 2 years. 2. Primary Care Physicians [...]

Endometriosis: pain post-surgery – RECRUITING!


Is repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation effective in reducing endometriosis-associated pain? A pilot randomized control trial (RCT)  Endometriosis is an inflammatory chronic pain condition caused by uterine tissue growing outside of the uterus. Although this condition affects about 1 in 9 women, current knowledge about it is very limited. The substantial gap in knowledge about endometriosis [...]

A New Device to Assess Pelvic Floor Muscle Function – RECRUITING


Pelvic floor disorders are common in women and include incontinence (bladder or bowel leakage) and pelvic pain. These conditions are often successfully treated by physiotherapists who work with women to build strength and/or relax their pelvic floor muscles. We are developing a tool for physiotherapists so that they can measure pelvic floor muscle strength and [...]