http://platinumglassredding.com/esomeprazole Telerehabilitation, because there are many more ways to assess, influence and make effective change in the body than putting hands on.
informative post An educational video about how to size, insert and remove your menstrual cup.
Why is it that we are embarrassed to talk about natural processes related to our body like periods, female anatomy, sex, pelvic health etc? Let’s break that stigma and taboo and start talking.
An educational video all about the clitoris. This educational series was designed to answer the questions that you might be too embarrassed to ask.
An educational video about the pelvic floor and common technical errors individuals use when skipping and performing double unders.
A education video on the importance of self exploration of your anatomy. This helps you to better connect to your pelvic floor. This video is showing the female anatomy but the information is important for the male anatomy as well.
After my post on A Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Exam is NOT a Pap Test many questions came in asking about the difference. Catch up on my latest episode of It’s Not TMI now.
In episode 7, Lisa Flanders Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist talks about the 5 most common myths about the pelvic floor. Lisa covers: Postpartum Dysfunction after vaginal and cesarean births weakness and strength in the pelvic floor Kegels
One of the most common questions I have been hearing lately is about the use of menstrual cups. A menstrual cup is a reusable silicone or rubber cup that creates a seal around the cervix to collect blood from your cycle instead of using pads or tampons.
Not all pelvic floor dysfunction is related to weaknesses in the pelvic floor, therefore, kegels will not cure all pelvic health concerns.
Stress has a unique relationship with the pelvic floor dysfunction. In our busy society so many people have stress and don’t even realize it. The pelvic floor operates just like any other muscle in the body and can hold stress and tension (much like when your shoulders and neck feel tense after staring at a computer screen).