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Pelvic Floor Muscle Over-activity what it means, and what to do about it.

Let's break down what Pelvic Floor Muscle over activity might look like. This can be a confusing issue and depending on what type of doctor you see, the answer might be different. If you have pelvic floor muscle over activity,…

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Citoridynia: AKA Pain in the clitoris

Yes, it is a mouthful, and sounds something like a prehistoric animal.  But,  it is a very disturbing condition that many women suffer from and it is often mis-diagnosed or mis-treated. The clitoris is a powerful organ of sexual pleasure.…

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain Part 2: What now?

So last week we touched the surface of why pelvic pain persists, how the brain is involved and what factors might be contributing to the persistence of pelvic pain.  And after reading you maybe saying “ok great, good to know…

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain, part 1

Persistent pelvic pain is more common that you might realize.  15-20% of women and 8-12% of men are dealing with chronic pelvic pain.  There are many things that can be associated with CPP in both men and women. Some but…

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Give Thanks, for the health of it!

Gratitude.  We see it everywhere, especially this time of year. We hear it often, but do we really understand the power of giving thanks?  There is quite a bit of research with regards to gratitude and the powerful impact it…

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The symphony of muscle coordination for core stability: voice, breath, pelvic floor.

Have you ever wondered what happens to keep your spine, pelvis and hips stable while you exercise, or perform daily tasks?  Probably not, unless you are an anatomy nerd like me. I am amazed by the symphony of muscle coordination…

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