Posts in Women's Health
Scar Tissue and Adhesion Treatment

If you have significant scar tissue, either from Cesarian-section births, from vaginal births, or from laparoscopic (scope) incisions—this is a must-read.

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Do You Have Endometriosis? 8 Surprising Facts About the Invisible Illness

When it comes to navigating endometriosis, knowledge (and pelvic floor physical therapy) is power.

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How to Pinpoint the True Source and Triggers of Your Pain

You might have a morning routine, but have you ever considered your pain routine? The original roots of your pain can be better understood with pain science.

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Having Trouble Finding A Pelvic Health Specialist for Men? We've Got You Covered.

Listen to what one of our male patients—who came to us all the way from Canada—has to say.

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How Far Would You Travel to Heal Your Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

We have treated patients from San Francisco, Seattle, Arizona, Idaho, Wisconsin, Saudi Arabia, France, and Canada. Check out these stories about the trip being worth every mile.

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Vulvodynia is Not a Diagnosis | Vulvar Pain Causes and Treatment

What if I told you that your vulvar pain has been mistreated for the last decade?

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Are You Making This Mistake While Squatting?

Not all squats are created equal.

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From Urinary Retention to Breast Cancer—How Physical Therapy Shaped Danielle's Recovery

They kept telling me, “80% chance that it's not cancer. 80% chance it's not cancer.” And then, after doing the biopsy, they realized that it was.

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How “Training for Birth” Gave Me Hemorrhoids

Everyone asks about the cute babies, but sometimes we forget to ask about mom. Training for birth isn’t about doing workouts that challenge and push you, it is about you connecting with your body.

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"I am 100% pain free today and have stayed pain free for over 5 years."

You may know it as painful bladder syndrome, IC, or even mistake it for reoccurring urinary tract infections, but there is one thing everyone can agree—Interstitial Cystitis is an often painful and always inconvenient pelvic floor condition.

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From Patient to Pelvic Pain Coach: How Mary Conquered Vestibulodynia, Endometriosis, and IC with Pelvic Floor PT

Before starting pelvic floor physical therapy, Mary saw practitioner after practitioner (including over 30 physical therapists) but continued to suffer with pain.

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In Pain? 4 Things You Really Need to Tell Your Doctor

The current method used by medical professionals to express patient pain levels is often relative—learn how you can accurately communicate your unique pain symptoms with your doctor.

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Dance & Pelvic Health: 5 Ways to Optimize Pelvic Health as a Dancer

Many forms of dance place unique demands on our bodies—including our pelvic floor.

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Pelvic Health After Baby: How to Address Postpartum Pain and Orthopedic Issues

Aneeka came to us after the birth of her second child suffering from sacroiliac joint pain, SI joint hyper-mobility, back pain, and stress urinary incontinence.

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Overcoming Endometriosis & Opioid Addiction

“I cannot begin to describe how much pelvic floor physical therapy has helped me—more than any other medicine, treatment or physician has helped.”

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Healing from Pudendal Neuralgia — Yes, it is Possible!

“I had to quit my job as art director, I could barely sit, or walk and was very concerned about how to heal and return to a normal life. Julie Sarton and her team have literally saved my life.”

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Treatment for Vulvodynia: Here's Why You Need Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

1 in 4 women suffer with sexual pain and sexual dysfunction.

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The Important Relationship Between the Diaphragm and the Pelvic Floor

The diaphragm is a postural muscle, so it's likely that if you have a back problem, you have a diaphragm problem. We want to add to that: if you have a diaphragm problem, it's likely you also have a pelvic floor problem!

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Diastasis Recti: Diagnosis, Exercises & Misconceptions

At 35 weeks, 100% of women have Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA), which might cause a bulge in the middle of the abdomen where the two muscles separate.

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Adapting to Life with Infertility—from a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist Herself

I suffered with severe dysmenorrhea (painful periods) and SI joint pain for years, along with chronic fatigue and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis since grad school.

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