Pelvic Telehealth: Virtual PT!

Your PT clinic is closed OR you’re afraid to go if it’s open. Now what? By now, we’ve all heard of COVID-19 and are practicing social distance measures to some extent. Businesses, activities, and social events are canceled and closed. And for our patients and those of many pelvic health clinics in town, so is […]

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Penis Pain & Pelvic PT

The penis is a pretty amazing part of the body. It has some important jobs: an out-post for urine (check), a delivery system for semen and potential future children (check-check), and a pleasure center for partner and solo intimacy (check, check, check!). Keeping the penis in healthy working condition is a high priority for lots […]

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Constipation, dyssynergia and your pelvic floor muscles

Constipation, dyssynergia and your pelvic floor muscles:  Your “gut reaction” might actually be telling you something about your pelvic floor muscle function.  If you do not have regular bowel movements or have pain or difficulty emptying your bowels you could be one of the 20% of folks who experience constipation. In fact, during Roman times, […]

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Too flexible for yoga? Tips for the super stretchy

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of yoga and that I apply yoga principles and postures in my own life as well as with my patients. And I double down that yoga is for everyone who is interested- whether in the broad spectrum of normal (what does that even mean?) to those who identify […]

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Desire: Finding your mojo when sex hurts

  It is not uncommon to experience a lack of desire for intimacy when you are struggling with pelvic pain.  In fact, over 40 million women in the United States experience sexual dysfunction during their lifetime.1  We often hear from our patients that when they are experiencing painful intimacy, their desire remains decreased even after […]

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