Pelvic Floor PT women's health

Mind the Gap…Diastasis Recti

A diastasis is common following pregnancy, but it is NOT normal. 2 in 3 women have one, and 66% of those women also have other issues, including pelvic pain, low back pain and incontinence.
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Peri-Menopause Wellness women's health

My Story

You can feel better too; in control of your health and have a plan. A plan that you can keep going back to when life seems to derail your best intentions. You can stop feeling bad about “falling off track” and start feeling empowered to move forward regardless.
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Journal for Your Health

Journaling is a great way to take a moment and check in with how you are feeling, how the day went and what you are grateful for. I find it extremely helpful when trying to help tease out some patterns and/or relationship between physical or emotional symptoms with menstrual cycle, stress and what’s going on in our lives.
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A Sports Bra for Your Organs

In addition to pelvic floor physical therapy, a very viable option that has been getting more attention in the pelvic floor world, is the humble pessary.
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Pelvic Floor PT women's health

What to Expect at a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Evaluation

A lot of people gasp in awe when I tell them what exactly I do as a pelvic floor physical therapist. PTs treat muscles and nerves, and guess what? You have muscles and nerves in your pelvis and we treat them like anywhere else in the body. 
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Pelvic Pain Wellness women's health

Pelvic Pain and Nutrition

When dealing with persistent pain, there are often many factors that can contribute to exacerbating or easing pain symptoms. The pain and symptoms can seem to be all over the place or have no pattern to them, leaving you feel frustrated and hopeless at ever feeling better.
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Pelvic Floor PT Pelvic Pain women's health

Endometriosis

Endometriosis and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women. When women have a laparoscopic procedure to find...
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Pelvic Floor PT Peri-Menopause women's health

February is American Heart Month

Addressing your pelvic floor issues with specific, tailored strategies you can eliminate fear of leaking, and manage or reduce your pelvic organ prolapse, while also improving heart health, brain and bone health and hormone balance!
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Support Comes in Many Ways, How Counseling Can Support Your Health

One of my favorite things about building a business is building a network of practitioners that I trust and can...
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Pelvic Floor PT women's health

Stop Doing Your Kegels at the Red Light

There is a lot of confusing information about kegels out there- Should I do them? Are they worth it? Should...
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women's health

How Do You Want to Feel in 2019?

Happy New Year! The busy hustle of the holidays are behind us and it feels like we can take a...
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Peri-Menopause women's health

Why Stress Matters Part 2

Implementing small changes in your daily habits can lead to BIG changes in stress resilience and balanced hormones. We are not going to eliminate stress from our lives, so lets discuss how we can be better equipped to deal with stress without it wreaking havoc.  
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Peri-Menopause women's health

Why Stress Matters

This continual exposure to cortisol can lead to increased abdominal fat, bone loss, a suppressed immune system, fatigue and a heightened risk for insulin resistance, diabetes, heart disease and full blown depression.
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Pelvic Floor PT Peri-Menopause women's health

Thriving After Hysterectomy

With the right guidance and support, you will not only survive, but thrive following a hysterectomy.
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Peri-Menopause women's health

What is Peri-Menopause?

Peri-menopause is the time leading up to the transition into menopause, lasting 6-10yrs starting at age 35
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Pelvic Floor PT women's health

What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) is a common condition affecting 1 in 2 women worldwide. Pelvic Floor PT is a conservative and effective way to manage POP and avoid surgery.
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Pelvic Floor PT women's health

Feed Your Core

The first thing people usually ask me is "How many kegels should I be doing to strengthen my pelvic floor...
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