Internal manual therapy essentially means the Pelvic Experts at Body Motion PT use our gloved fingers internally, in the vaginal canal, to map out and release the 3 layers of the Pelvic Floor. A helpful way to understand this is look at your pointer finger each horizontal line (there should be 3 prominent ones) is […]
When you hear Physical Therapy most people think of exercises. So when people hear Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy they think it’s just Kegel’s since that’s the only pelvic floor exercise most of us have ever heard of. I wanted to share a beginners guide to pelvic floor exercises so I will be sharing 3 exercises
A healthy pelvic floor can relax, contract and bulge. Most women think if they’re not leaking their pelvic floor is healthy. But pelvic floor dysfunction can show up in unexpected ways like really unexpected. For example neck pain can be connected to a tight pelvic floor. Yeah neck pain is connected to the pelvic floor!
Let’s talk about the small symptoms that are actually Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. So many people think that you have to be in Depends to seek out treatment but being proactive will prevent years of frustration. I had the chance to chat with Chani Jacobson owner of Sensuous Rhythms and she has so much amazing insight