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Movement, Exercise, and Breathing with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Movement, Exercise, and Breathing with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

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Physical therapists are in a unique position to evaluate and treat pelvic organ prolapse with movement, exercise, and breathing assessments ... Read More
The Fourth Trimester is for Moms?

The Fourth Trimester is for Moms?

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Let's encourage women to consider postnatal care as an ongoing comprehensive process, not something that begins and ends with a ... Read More
The 4th Trimester, Identifying Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

The 4th Trimester, Identifying Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

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Screening for postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction and musculoskeletal conditions should be standard of care in the 4th Trimester ... Read More
Redefining the Postpartum Visit

Redefining the Postpartum Visit

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ACOG releases new committee opinion to optimize Postpartum Care ... Read More
Becoming a Pelvic Floor Champion

Becoming a Pelvic Floor Champion

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March Madness wraps up this weekend - Let’s bounce the ball back to activity rather than restriction for our pelvic ... Read More
The Mindful Pelvic Floor

The Mindful Pelvic Floor

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Is Your Pelvic Floor Overachieving, Underachieving or in Balance? Experience a Yoga workshop to increase your pelvic awareness ... Read More
Pelvic Floor Screening for Low Back, SI joint and Hip Pain

Pelvic Floor Screening for Low Back, SI joint and Hip Pain

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Understanding the connection between the pelvic girdle and the pelvic floor can improve LBP and SI Joint patient outcomes. It ... Read More
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Bladders

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Bladders

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Bladder health is an essential part of pelvic health. Here are seven tips for your trainable bladder ... Read More
Prolapse and Lifting: Restrictions or Revelations? Part 2: Patient Education

Prolapse and Lifting: Restrictions or Revelations? Part 2: Patient Education

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Some lifting activities naturally increase intra-abdominal pressure more than others. Learn to to use breathing patterns and pelvic floor muscle ... Read More
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