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Pelvic Health

How Physical Therapy Can Help Digestive Health

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How is your digestive health?  What type of health care provider comes to mind when you think of digestive and other gastrointestinal orders? While of course it is still important to work with your primary care doctor and nutritionist, physical therapists are also capable of helping you with various types of digestive issues.  We hear …

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Postnatal Back Pain – The Hormones “MYTH”

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Postnatal Back Pain: What really causes it? Let’s dispel the MYTH that what you’ve got is nothing serious: “It’s just your HORMONES…and you’ll be fine soon after the baby is born.” Heard that little line before? It’s more “misinformation” that floats around. But let me shed some light on why, if you swallow this line, it could …

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Physical therapy can help ease pelvic floor dysfunction

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Struggling with problems such as urinary incontinence and pain during sex can be uncomfortable – and not just physically. Many people find it difficult to talk to their healthcare providers about these kinds of symptoms. But such conditions are often treatable, especially if they are related to pelvic floor dysfunction. Understanding Pelvic Floor Your pelvic …

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What Is The Pelvic Floor?

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The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and connective tissues that help support pelvic organs including bladder, bowel and, in women, the uterus. Getting pelvic floor treatment has been proven to address a wide variety of symptoms. A pelvic floor disorder: Is a condition in which the pelvic floor muscles or connective tissue  weaken …

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‘Mummy tummy’: The postpartum problem no one wants to talk about

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  The “mummy tummy,” or “mommy pooch,” may be one of the top concerns postpartum women want to discuss but avoid out of embarrassment. The reality is, mummy tummy – that extra shelf of abdominal tissue that has a pooch-like appearance – is nothing to be embarrassed about. It’s an extremely common, albeit frustrating, issue …

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