Charlie is a 32 year old single mom of a 5 year old. She is in a new relationship and she is dying for her sex to feel good. Her desire is so high and she absolutely loves her partner but she is in so much pain after they have sex. She can grit her teeth through the experience and she truly loves it and loves her new partner. But she wants it to feel good. Her partner is so concerned about her enjoyment.
Charlie reached out to us after seeing our newsletter at Walnut coffee. She was a bit embarrassed to read about pelvic PT. She went to another clinic for help but she didn’t get the treatment that she read about in the newsletter. So She knew that if she worked with a pelvic expert physical therapist she had a much better chance at getting better. So she was bummed that she wasted money and time on the other PT but she reached back out and with a little confidence restored she was able to start her journey towards healing her body, improving her sex life and finding more energy that she didn’t even realize she was living without all these years.
Charlie did everything that was asked of her, she committed to 2 sessions per week for the first 6 weeks, she moved her schedule at home around in order to be able to fully invest in getting better and showing up in her relationship and life completely different. This transformation is not without some setbacks. Healing is just some exponential curve when you have been fighting with issues and patterns your whole life that affect your pelvic floor. So once sex began to feel better she realized she had back pain after sex now. And once that started to feel better, she realized she had never truly enjoyed an orgasm in her life. And now that desire was high and she could have sex, she wanted the ability to reach climax. Experience what all her friends have raved about since they were young
There were many facets of Charlie’s recovery that allowed her to reach all her goals and feel the best she has ever felt in her life. She had honestly decided that she was done having kids due to all her issues and she didn’t want to further mess up her vagina. She simply thought there was no way her body could tolerate having any more children. I am so grateful that Charlie trusted us and gave pelvic floor therapy at Body Motion a shot. If there is one thing every client says, it is how different we are from any other pelvic PT they have seen.
The recovery included many aspects of healing. I will outline them here.
- Posture training
- Breath coordination
- Pelvic Floor Scar Tissue Dissolvement
- Pelvic Floor Tissue Balancing
- Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
- Myofascial Release
- Visceral Manipulation
- Thoracic Mobility
- Hip, Back, Foot Flexibility
- Stress Management
- Supplement Support
- Strength Training
*The above treatment protocols outlined and owned by Body Motion Physical Therapy PLLC.
Charlie noticed changes immediately, after 6 months of care she was footloose and fancy free. She could not just have sex but enjoy sex in any position. She also had her first orgasms of her life at 7 weeks after starting treatment. She was so happy with her progress. She ended up sharing it with a couple close girlfriends. Once she did, they confided in her, their own problems and all of Charlie’s shame that had once been there for these issues dissolved. I am happy to report that one of her close friends is now coming for help, thanks to Charlie spreading the word. Charlie wanted me to share this story with you to help spread the word. Not everyone wants to post these private transformations online. But almost all our patients share that they want everyone to know about this help and get it as early in life as possible.
If you are in Charlie’s shoes or connected to a piece of her story and are ready to take action please reach out. If you are reading this and in the midst of your transformation and or at the other end of it and want us to share your story please reach out. It is stories like these that help other women get the help they truly deserve and need. It is these stories that can put an end to suffering in silence with issues that often carry a level of embarrassment or shame.