October 2020

Ex • haus • ti • pated (too tired to give a crap)

2020-10-12T22:20:50-05:00October 12th, 2020|Categories: Bowel, Self-Care|

Long Zoom calls. Poor posture. No childcare. Scary news. Stress. It’s hard not to be exhaustipated about most things these days with all that's going on in the world. But if constipation is on the list of issues plaguing you, it’s time to talk to a pelvic floor physical therapist.  Your gut & pelvic health is a sign of your overall health. How we fuel our bodies, how we sit, how we breathe, how we move, and how [...]

April 2020

Going Through Too Much TP? Time To Talk To The Pelvic PT

2020-04-02T19:16:24-05:00April 2nd, 2020|Categories: Bowel, Incontinence, Uncategorized|

There is a wide range of “normal” when it comes to emptying your bowels or bladder. Some people poop three times a day, and some, three times a week. Roughly 6-7 visits a day to pee is average; generally, every three to four hours is what we’d expect in a healthy, well-hydrated person. But a range of 4-10 times a day is alright, assuming you aren’t bothered by other symptoms. It’s when you’re going [...]

January 2020

1 in 3 Women has Bowel, Bladder or Sexual Issues After Delivery

2020-01-29T15:46:43-05:00January 29th, 2020|Categories: Bowel, Incontinence, Pain, Postpartum, Self-Care|

1 in 3 women has bowel bladder or sexual issues after delivery 1 in 3 new moms report bowel and bladder issues after giving birth, and about half of all new moms have pelvic pain in the months after they’ve delivered. These problems don’t just go away on their own, and many women just suffer in silence, assuming this is “the new normal.” It doesn't have to be. Your body can heal... [...]

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