5 Critical Errors Women Make During CrossFit CrossFit is a worldwide phenomenon. The CrossFit Games Open had nearly 300,000 entries for the first workout. There are over 11,000 affiliates around the world. CrossFit is here
Attention girls and women - go ahead and explore your genitals! (In a private setting, of course!) We don't hear that very often do we? A brilliant and wonderful pelvic PT colleague in Australia, Lori
Best Exercises for Abdominals, Glutes, and Adductors. Mind-Blowing Charts! A big thank you to Adam Meakins, featured now in Pelvic Guru's Professional Spotlight! He has generously allowed me to compile his charts and information into
The 5 Things We Wish PTs, MDs, and Patients Knew About Pudendal Neuralgia and Pudendal Nerve Entrapment Tracy Sher, MPT, CSCS and Loretta J. Robertson, PT, MS Why is the diagnosis of Pudendal Neuralgia confused
Friends, Romans, Countrywomen - lend me your ear! All these people are WRONG! (and that's probably one reason why they're seeing me in the first place) If you want my advice, I'm going to be succinct, clear and direct. You can wash your vulvovaginal area any way you'd like as long as you are in the shower, eliminate all soap and let warm water run over the area and only use your hands. Just call me the Henry Ford of the vagina…or is that weird?
What's the Issue? Recently, a CrossFit video, entitled, 'CrossFit - Do You Pee During Workouts?' was released on YouTube. CrossFit participants were interviewed at the Central East Regional competition. "CrossFit is the principal strength and conditioning
Articles, Links, and Videos, Oh My! Ever wanted a resource with articles, pictures, and videos of pelvic anatomy all int he same place? Here it is! I’ve been putting this together for a while
If you have an interest in pelvic health, you’ll likely want to bookmark this post for reference! What an exciting year for Pelvic Guru! I started Pelvic Guru in mid-2012 with the goal of providing
These pictures are incredible! (First time seen clearly on a human female). This was captured by Dr Jacques Donnez (2008) while he performed a laparoscopic hysterectomy on a 45-year-old female. In these photos you will
Imaging is pretty cool, isn't it? The primary complaint of patients is that symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse get worse when they stand up. That makes sense, right? There are gravity, positional, and pressure changes.