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Running and the Pelvic Floor WWW.PHSFL.COM By Natalie Sterner, PT, DPT   Running and the Pelvic Floor Running is a common activity that many women and men enjoy daily. Frequent runners typically have a pre and post workout regime consisting of stretching for hip and......

Interstitial Cystitis WWW.PHSFL.COM By Natalie Sterner, PT, DPT   Interstitial Cystitis Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a chronic pain condition that affects more than 12 million Americans. It is typically 2-3 times more common in women than in men and research has shown the risk of......

Diastasis Recti WWW.PHSFL.COM By Katie Usher, DPT Diastasis Recti Diastasis Recti is a term used to describe separation of the abdominal wall muscles that typically occurs during pregnancy. Abdominal muscles are made up of 4 muscle groups. From superficial to deep, they are named rectus......

Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) WWW.PHSFL.COM By Gail O’Neill   Our pelvic organs (bladder, vagina, uterus and rectum), are supported by our pelvic floor muscles (PFM) and endopelvic fascia which is a sheet of connective tissue that covers the internal organs. When there is a loss......

Nonsurgical ways to help rehabilitate a weakened pelvic floor PULSE MOBILITY By Lindsay Lambert Day (Excerpt from PINNACLE magazine courtesy of JupiterMed.com Inner Strength Whether it’s the result of childbirth, aging, or other factors, a weakened pelvic floor is a common condition that can mean......

VIDEOS

‘Modern Motherhood’: The truth about pelvic floor dysfunction

For our “Modern Motherhood” series, moms get real about experiencing pelvic floor issues. The 3rd hour of TODAY then welcomes Dr. Jen Caudle, who answers questions about the common but rarely talked-about conditions.

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