Pelvic Health

Mindfulness: A Innermost Pelvis Self-Study

‘Mindfulness,’ increasingly a pervasive buzz word, has frontier-ed itself past the traditionally practiced borders of meditation, yoga, therapies (and others of the like), and ventured into daily routines and language of the work place, school,…

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Paradigm Shift in Women’s Postpartum Health: The Fourth Trimester

This summer, radical new clinical guidelines in women’s postpartum health issued by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) shivered the spines of traditional model of postpartum care by designating the highly critical postpartum…

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse Month

June is known for celebrating the beginning of summer, graduations and Father’s Day but it also is an opportunity to recognize a common female condition that receives little acknowledgement:  pelvic organ  prolapse.   Pelvic organ prolapse…

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Pelvic-Forward Thinking: A Critical Component to Health and Well-Being

In a riveting change of pelvic narration, I’ve decided to shift perspective from a bystander-ly third person narrator of pelvic-y rehab to the more forward, vulnerable and candid first person approach.  This seems more real…

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Between the Sheets: Support and Treatment for Painful Intercourse

February is the month of LOVE…..but intimacy can be a real pain for many individuals.   Dyspareunia (pain associated with sexual intercourse) is more common than asthma, cancer, and heart disease.  It is estimated that 16-20%…

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