Mental health challenges in puberty, pregnancy, postnatal, and menopause - and how her netball family can help
Author Archives for Baz Moffat
Blow by blow this is pelvic floor and basic core to cardio and resistance.
Steps and staples in your recovery journey back to sport, to life, to you.
Good food is key to health and to overcoming the challenges of having a whole ‘nother human on-board.
Considerations, complications and stumbling blocks for active women planning pregnancy.
Starting or growing a family - it's a huge decision which comes with a lot of big questions.
WHP Christien Bird and Baz Moffat talk teens and pelvic health, now and in future.
Pelvic floors, bladders and bowels are older lady things, aren’t they?
It’s getting more (not less) problematic and the response may lie in reimagining the gymspace.
Active teenage girls need compelling messages about food and nutrition … if we don’t, social media will.
A beginner’s guide to macros and what eating healthy is / isn’t. Spoiler alert, carbs are good …
Some modifications are most definitely required as you travel life’s injury superhighway.
Rachael on returning to court with 'a totally new body' and the gap between expectations and reality.
Pregnancy and childbirth - they’re not injuries or illnesses, but the healing process is comparable and you can't afford to rush your return.
Times have changed and active pregnancies are recommended ... with a few new rules, that is.
Knowledge = power? Almost. Re active women and food, the right knowledge + priorities + vigilance = power.
Some women need to for health reasons and doing so is about much more than diet …
Are you getting enough water? Read this then answer again - turns out water’s pretty important …
It's a 'no' from us and the evidence too ... it may just make you fatter.
Truths and terms we’ll need to know sooner or later.
Meet the pelvic floor - an underappreciated piece of core body apparatus.
Too boring, not working, the right time to do it and can I do it when I pee … your questions answered.
The lowdown on HRT, non-hormonal and lifestyle solutions in perimenopause.
Christien Bird explains the role of a Women's Health Physio and the A-1 treatment for issues.
Several factors increase your likelihood of having pelvic floor issues, but we can all take action.
HRT and meditation are great … but there’s no fit-and-well if you don’t move.
How to support peers and colleagues, answer questions and signpost people towards help.
How to support midlife women so they stick with the sport they love.
A video guide to bladders, bowels and pelvic floors; issues that arise and actions to take.
Dr Bella Smith on how to support women going through menopause now.
Pelvic health expert Baz Moffat tests your knowledge (and habits) on bladders and bowels. Where are you on the Bristol Stool Chart?
Baz and menopause specialist Dr Mandy Leonhardt discuss good nutrition in midlife.
"Close off your anus, relax and let go" ... a little help with your pelvic floor exercises.
Exercise and train your pelvic floor - work it in harmony with your back and abdominal muscles and diaphragm
Baz talks pelvic health and FAQs with Maya Al-Memar.
Sporty wardrobe updates so you can move comfortably and with confidence.
In general society, leaking is common and taboo. In professional sport it’s a whole lot more of both.
Sporty or not, mum or not - chances are you’ll get pelvic floor issues in midlife. Why? It’s chemical.
Pregnancy and childbirth are life’s most pelvic-floor-impacting events but you can act, talk and pass it on.