Pelvic health for 2018

Neuromuscular Retraining is such an important part of therapy for long lasting pelvic health. This is a great essay written by Cathryn Jakobson Ramin on how back pain becomes chronic back pain, different kinds of pain in the body, and why its so important to retrain the brain in conjunction with the body. If you are suffering from pelvic pain, low back pain, sacroiliac joint pain, chronic pelvic pain syndrome(CPPS), post natal pelvic/C-section, or any chronic pain this article is definitely worth reading! I wish you all a Pelvic Healthy New Year !!

3 Important Factors To Consider For Your Pelvic Health

Did you know that your posture directly affects the performance of your pelvic floor muscles? If you are leaking urine or feces, have pelvic organ prolapse, have trouble breathing efficiently, have difficulty achieving orgasm, or have pelvic pain - your POSTURE may be the culprit! What is posture? Posture refers to the way we position and hold our bodies. What is optimal or neutral posture? A neutral posture is when all three curvatures of our spine (cervical, lumbar, and thoracic ) are balanced. Our head, shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle are vertically aligned. In order to achieve and maintain a neutral posture we must hold ourselves with a neutral pelvic position. Where is our neutral pel

Important article on pelvic floor in Huffington Post

Thank you Rachel Tavel for writing this important piece spreading awareness on the importance for men and woman to seek help for their pelvic floor dysfunctions. There is great, skilled, and effective help out there to address these issues!

This is an amazing TED TALK video. Great job spreading awareness on pelvic floor related issues. Its so important for people to recognize that there are so many very "COMMON BUT NOT NORMAL" pelvic floor issues that can be addressed and treated!

What is the....Pelvic Floor?

Do you have pain in your lower back, pelvic, or genital region? Do you have a bowel or bladder disorder? Do you suffer from leaking or dribbling, fecal incontinence, constipation, or incomplete emptying? Do you have sexual dysfunction associated with pain and discomfort, difficulty with penetration, erectile dysfunction, or difficulty achieving orgasm? If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you may have an imbalance in your PELVIC FLOOR. I bet you're wondering, what is the PELVIC FLOOR? Where is it? Why does it matter? How does it affect these issues? The pelvic floor refers to a group of muscles that lay at the base of the pelvis. These muscles span from hip to hip and f

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