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Examining Wellness

Examining Wellness

Wellness is a term often thrown around but not fully understood. As physical therapists, we focus on the wellness of our patients, however one must understand this is not ONLY…

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HUGS

HUGS

As this current situation continues to challenge us in many ways, one of the most significant  for me is missing the human contact.  Yes, I have my family at home…

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You Have To Work For It

You Have to Work For It

A common question I receive from people I’m not yet treating is, “Why can’t you just give me some exercises that will help my… (leaky bladder, bladder pain, hip pain,…

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Bringing Mindfulness To Exercise

Bringing Mindfulness to Exercise

When we think about mindfulness or meditation most of us consider a person sitting cross-legged, body at rest, peacefully clearing their mind of negative thoughts.  To be honest, I have…

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Returning To Exercise Postpartum

Returning to Exercise Postpartum

Feeling a bit frustrated about returning to exercise postpartum?  Are you hearing from medical providers, friends or family that you can’t return to the activities that you love?  Let’s clear…

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The No Ahole Rule

The No Ahole Rule

A recent conversation with a client fueled a little fire and I would like to discuss return to exercise after baby.   If you read this blog regularly you know how…

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Ladies, Squeeze Your Blueberry.

Ladies, Squeeze Your Blueberry.

July is National Blueberry Month!  Why in the world is a pelvic specialist beginning a blog with this lead in?  If you are a former or current client of mine,…

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Postpartum Depression

Postpartum Depression

A recent conversation with a patient who was 8 weeks post delivery of her baby revealed some very serious concerns.  Because of the presentation of symptoms, I wanted to share…

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C-Section Recovery

C-Section Recovery

Thirty percent of all childbirths are performed via cesarean section. A c-section requires multiple layers to be cut through and stitched back together. Skin, then fat, then fascia, then muscles, the…

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