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Why You Still Leak Urine Even Though You’re Pilates Queen

So you do your pilates every week, maybe multiple days per week. You know you have a solid and strong core.Your back and hip pain went away when you started doing pilates. These are amazing things but guess what. Typically people who do pilates have really great activation of the Transverse Abdominis muscle and also […]

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Physical Therapy vs. Massage Therapy — What’s The Difference?

When you’re first met with a pain problem or injury – you immediately try to figure out the best way to solve your issue so you can get back to feeling good again. Whether the problem has gone on for a long time or you feel you’ve exhausted your options – it’s common for a

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Physical Therapy: Is Feeling Pain After an Evaluation Normal?

Physical therapy helps people recover from traumatic injuries and conditions, allowing them to live a healthy and more active lifestyle. However, some people experience slight pain after their therapy session, making them hesitant to attend future treatments. That’s why constructed a guide to help you better understand physical therapy and why it’s normal to experience

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What Is Pelvic Floor PT?

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is the assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor and pelvis. A comprehensive pelvic floor PT session includes the evaluation of total body posture, body alignment, pelvic alignment, muscle strength, muscle coordination, sensation, the perineal area externally (looking at the health of the vulvar tissues), treatment of the internal pelvic floor

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When To Seek Out Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction. But what is the cause of pelvic floor dysfunction? Oftentimes it is caused by trauma, so pregnancy and birth can cause trauma to the pelvic floor, but so can car accidents and injuries. More subtle causes might be straining going to the bathroom, joint

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Are You Being Heard, or Are You Just Part of the Herd? Big Box vs. Personalized Care and Its Value

If you’re seeking physical therapy, you’re usually motivated by a desire to get rid of aches, pains or getting back to living your life and doing the things you love. . Maybe you’re even looking for an alternate route than surgery. Your problem could be due to an accident, illness, injury, or recovery from surgery.

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