Read on for more details about the location and schedule updates for pelvic health physical therapy and wellness services offered by Regenerative Edge PT & Wellness.
The pelvic floor muscles can get out of a normal routine when symptoms like leaking, constipation, and pain arise. Using pelvic floor awareness practices, you can begin to turn those symptoms around!
"Normal" complaints like leaking while running after your kids, feeling gassy and bloated after meals, having unwanted pain during sex, or having to go to the bathroom every hour are common among women. They are also treatable. Start taking action steps to unravel the layers behind your symptoms.
Since the movement of the pelvic floor can be hard to feel or see - compared to flexing your bicep and seeing your arm curl up for example - a mirror stands in as a perfect stimulus to see those muscles.
Return to running postpartum is a process and should be paired with a rehab program to meet your long-term goals and wellbeing. We want to establish an early foundation and continue building on that with progressive overloading week-by-week to get stronger, feel confident in functional movements, and test out which variables work for you. Learn what makes up a postpartum return to run checklist!
Our physical therapist Courtney had the pleasure of speaking with Arin from The Onas Collaborative about pelvic floor physical therapy and maternal care.
Take the questionnaire below to find out if you have a pelvic floor dysfunction and would benefit from seeing a pelvic health physical therapist!
About 50% of women will experience pelvic organ prolapse (POP) in their lifetime. Most women complain of a bulging, heavy, or pressure sensation in their vagina, which often gets worse after increased activity or being on their feet. Learn a few exercises that can help relieve symptoms quickly.
Pelvic health encompasses the function of your pelvic floor muscles, urinary and bowel systems, and reproductive system.