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Pelvic Floor

Return to Running: Checklist

You’ve had a baby.  Maybe had surgery.  Or just a long hiatus from exercise.  And now you feel ready to get back out there and return to running. But maybe it didn’t go as planned.  Maybe you leaked while you…

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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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Quality of life after colorectal cancer

Quality of life after cancer is an important topic to discuss as cancer treatments become increasingly successful.  More than 85% of people who are diagnosed with local colorectal cancer have a 5-year survival rate.  Over 14.5 million people are living…

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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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Common Questions regarding Persistent Pain

Second blog on persistent pelvic pain, discussing some common questions to consider and where to begin in understanding your nervous system and lifestlye factors to help you heal.
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Leaking Urine

Public Service Announcement: You do not have to pee when you sneeze…

Or Laugh, Cough, Jump or run!!! Just because you have kids and are over a certain age, don't settle! This is NOT just to be expected, something you have to live with. Did you know that there are physical therapists…

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