June is Prolapse Awareness Month

🌼 June is Prolapse Awareness Month! 🌼 Understanding Pelvic Organ Prolapse:Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) occurs when one or more organs in the pelvic region, such as the uterus, bladder, or rectum, descend from their normal positions and protrude into or outside the vaginal canal. It can be caused by various factors, including pregnancy and childbirth, Read More

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month

Endometriosis is when endometrium like tissue grows outside the uterus.  Endometriosis is when endometrium like tissue grows outside the uterus.  1 in 10 people with a uterus have endometriosis and is often misdiagnosed or dismissed as just “normal period pain”. But it’s so much more than that. It’s a debilitating condition that can cause:   🔹Pelvic Read More

December is Constipation Awareness Month

Did you know that pelvic floor physical therapist can help with constipation?  Constipation can be very complicated and for some difficult to manage, painful, and time consuming to resolve. It may take working with multiple different health care providers to help manage it including pelvic floor therapists.  What is constipation? Constipation is when you have Read More

A Physical Therapy Holiday Survival Guide

Keeping up with physical therapy during the holidays is tough. There are so many other things to do – cooking, parties, shopping, travel, and visiting with family and friends. But if you’re in physical therapy over the holidays, there’s a reason. You’re having pain, or not moving as well as you want to. These issues Read More

Bladder Leaking

Just because leaking is common doesn’t mean it’s “normal” It is not normal to have bladder or bowel leaking at any point of your life. It is common to have bladder leaking or incontinence after pregnancy and with aging but it is not normal. Leaking can be prevented and improved with different exercises and techniques Read More