In honor of pelvic pain awareness month I want to bring light to how a pelvic floor physical therapist can help with pelvic pain. If you’re like many of my female patients you have difficulty with inserting tampons, menstrual cups, tolerating speculum exams, and experience painful attempted penetration. You may even experience urinary frequency, urgency … Continue reading May is Pelvic Pain Awareness month…
Written by Aisling Linehan, PT, DPT Infertility is on the rise and as pelvic floor physical therapists we want to do our part to help our patients get pregnant. According to this study, 15% of couples will struggle with infertility. At this time, reasons for infertility can be broken down to ovulation disorders (27%), male factors (25%), … Continue reading Infertility & Pelvic PT
Pelvic health therapists are sometimes known as women’s health therapists; however, it’s important to note many of them also treat men. Our pelvic floor therapists treat men as well as women. Pelvic therapy is effective and often life-changing for both genders. Why would a man need pelvic floor therapy? Our male patients can present with … Continue reading Males have pelvic pain too…
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By Stephanie Stamas The Pelvic Health 101 series is back again! At our next class, on Tuesday, March 24, we are discussing urinary dysfunction. Urinary dysfunction is NOT something only post-partum women experience. If you… Continue reading Running to the bathroom, AGAIN!
Pain in the Arse!. Continue reading Pain in the Arse!
Have you ever had tailbone discomfort trying to simply sit up straight? Coccyx dysfunctions can make simple sitting, transitions from sitting to standing and walking extremely PAINFUL! What most people don’t know is that the coccyx is surrounded by pelvic floor muscles that, when in spasm, can cause coccyx rotation and significant pain in the arse! Release of the coccygeus muscle … Continue reading Pain in the Arse!
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