Registered Dietitians get a bad rap for being the “food police”. People think that all we do is help people lose weight. Neither of these things are true! There are dietitians who offer weight loss support; people do tell me their not-so-great past experiences where they felt judged. Even worse, that their concerns were dismissed. […]

The public is becoming more aware of the benefits of pelvic floor physiotherapy (PFPT). When we first opened in Warman in 2014, about 20-25% of people had even heard of PFPT! Now there appears to be an assumption that leakage or pelvic floor pain issues ONLY happen to people that have had kids. That it […]

December is a time for being with friends and family and usually losing your regular routine for a while. That’s okay, even if that means your eating changes. Many people tend to both look forward to and dread the food that comes with the holidays. Here’s why you should just eat the cookies without feeling […]

Pelvic floor physiotherapists are physios who have had additional training to perform external and internal pelvic exams in order to treat a variety of pelvic floor disorders. Among those disorders include some that pertain to the dysfunction of the bowel – your behind. These anorectal disorders may include Leaking of stool from the rectum (fecal […]

Hi, I’m Jessica the dietitian. I’m a private practice dietitian which means I don’t work for the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). I see clients both in-person at the clinic and virtually. Clients are usually looking for a private practice dietitian because their doctor told them to see a dietitian and the SHA dietitians are all […]

Since it is the beginning of November, it’s likely your kids have acquired large quantities of candy. Or, if you’re like me, you only had four trick or treaters this year and now have a lot of candy hanging around. Either way, this situation can bring up some uncertainty, fear, and shame for kids and […]