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Are you leaking urine when you exercise? Pelvic physical therapy is a simple and lasting fix!

Urinary leaking during exercise is common, but we should not treat it as normal.  Female athletes experience leaking 2-3 times more often than non-athletes.  Sports that require higher impact, such as basketball, volleyball, and running have higher risk of leaking. …

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Mamas: Don’t wait to rehab your pelvic floor until you are done having babies!

The other day I heard the common statement that makes me pause: “I knew I was peeing my pants, having pain with intercourse, and some weakness after my first child was delivered, but I wanted to wait until I completed…

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Incontinence

Leaking with exercise? You can fix it!!!

Leaking while exercising?  You are not alone.  More than 40% of elite female athletes leak with their sports.  Imagine how high that number is in the regular population; Women who are exercising, going for a jog, taking classes, weight training,…

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Bladder Health Tips

If you are someone suffering from bladder irritation, frequency, urgency, or pain leading up to, during or after urination…read on for tips to settle down your bladder, give it a little TLC, and get control of these symptoms. Lets dig…

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Painful Bladder, Interstitial Cystitis, infection…what is causing my pain?

Painful bladder syndrome is a spectrum of diseases that includes interstitial cystitis (IC) that can cause bladder pain and/or pressure, urinary frequency and urgency that can feel like an infection. Sometimes, people with IC will also have IBS, fibromyalgia, migraines,…

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Joint Hypermobility: Too much flexibility could be a missed clinical diagnosis.

Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder People with hypermobility spectrum disorder (HDS) tend to have joint hypermobility and instability making them more prone to injury and pain.  However, these patients do not have other connective tissue disorders.  Hypermobility describes a joint that is…

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