Pelvic Health

What is Diastasis Recti? Perspective on the Split

I always thought that ‘Diastasis rectus abdominus’ sounded like a fancy term that could be an inscription towering above on a wall of ancient Rome. (After all, there are many minimally clothed and abdominal-chiseled works…

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What is Pelvic Physical Therapy?

We as Physical Therapists (PTs) are healthcare professionals who are experts in movement.  We use our unique skills to help individuals of all ages optimize their long term health, quality of life, and ability to…

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What is urinary incontinence?

We’ve all seen the ads:  a trim, female waistline rejoices over the discreteness of a new absorbent pad that hides away her bladder leaks. She returns to daily life, bliss across her face and supposedly…

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Pediatric Pelvic Health

Did you know Colorado In Motion offers physical therapy for pediatric pelvic health? Adults are not the only ones who  benefit from pelvic floor training and strengthening. Urinary and fecal incontinence are significant issues for…

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Pelvic organ prolapse: Breaking the silence

As a pelvic health physical therapist at Colorado in Motion, I hear stories weekly of women who feel isolated, sad, weird, dirty, unattractive, unhappy (the list goes on) because they know that something “down there”…

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