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Let’s Talk About Pregnancy and Incontinence (And How Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Can Help)

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Pop culture and memes like to make light of moms who accidentally pee when they sneeze, jump, or pick things up. But the truth is, postpartum incontinence is a frustrating reality for a surprising number of women. Because urinary incontinence is such a common concern I hear among my female patients, I’d like to spend …

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Pelvic Floor & Pregnancy: Conditions Mothers Can Address Up-Front

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As many as one in four women has some sort of pelvic floor disorder, according to the National Institutes of Health, so it’s no wonder we’re seeing a lot of women experiencing uncomfortable issues such as urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. The risk of pelvic floor conditions increases due to factors such …

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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, …

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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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