When you discover the exhilarating news you’re expecting, naturally the focus is on the health & well-being of your baby.

That said it’s critically important you equally look after your body, after all it’s miraculously creating another human being.

Whilst there are numerous topics how, what & when you can do this, today we address the topic of your pelvic floor with our special guest Sue Croft.

Sue is a physiotherapist with over 43 years’ experience. For the last 30 years she specialised in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy.


We ask Sue questions including:

  1. How early should a women seek support from a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist in their parenting journey?
  2. What is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction? What causes it?
  3. What are some of the most common pelvic floor issues women experience?
  4. What does Pelvic Floor Dysfunction feel like?
  5. What are your 6 steps to creating a great pelvic floor regime?
  6. Why does good attention to pelvic health before & after a baby matter?
  7. How long does it take to cure pelvic floor dysfunction?
  8. How can a pelvic floor physio help? When is a good time to see them? Is it ever too late?


For Sue’s full article, please visit:


For further information, please go to:

Australasian Birth Trauma Association