What should I do with the extra Uresta sizes from my Starter Kit?

So, you got your Uresta Starter Kit and have found your perfect…

What is Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy?

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a well recognized non-invasive…

What can I do about bladder leaks during sex?

The bad news - there is no “silver bullet” solution to bladder leaks during sex.  The good news - there are some simple and proven tips that can really make a difference, helping you regain control so that you can once again enjoy the enjoyable!

Are Athletes More Prone to Bladder Leakage? | Uresta’s Non-Invasive Solutions

Learn how athletic incontinence can impact athlete’s lives. Learn the causes, solutions, and how Uresta can help you regain confidence during workouts and sports.

Does weight loss help your pelvic floor?

If you are dealing with urinary incontinence, also called stress…
Considering a pessary device

Considering a Pessary Device? Learn About How One Can Improve Your Quality of Life!

Discover how a pessary device can improve symptoms associated with urinary incontinence and pelvic prolapse. Explore non-invasive solutions by Uresta.
UTI blog september 2023

UTIs and Urinary Support: Pelvic Hygiene Tips & Tricks

In this blog post, we will explore what causes UTIs, their key symptoms, and finally, how Uresta does not increase the risk of UTIs1. We will also provide general tips on avoiding UTIs, including specific guidelines for using Uresta.
Bladder Support Option

When Can I Start Running Postpartum?

Are you looking to get back into running after pregnancy? We asked pelvic floor physiotherapist, Diane Rizzardo, her top five tips for safely returning to running postpartum.
5 Habits for a Healthy Pelvic Floor banner

5 Habits for a Healthy Pelvic Floor

Get insight from physiotherapist Melissa Dessaules on 5 surprising daily habits that could impact your pelvic health
5 Surprising Habits That Could Impact Your Pelvic Health

5 Surprising Habits That Could Impact Your Pelvic Health

Learn how daily habits related to stress, breathing, and going to the washroom can lead to pelvic health dysfunction.