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Tips for Pelvic Floor Relaxation

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The pelvic floor muscles span the entire base of the pelvis from the pubic bone to the coccyx and between both sit bones. They play an important role in bowel, bladder, and sexual function. Additionally, the pelvic floor muscles support the internal organs (bladder, bowels, uterus, etc). It is important for the pelvic floor to…

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The Female Athlete: An Interview with Antony Lo

Interview with Antony Lo about training female athletes.

If you haven’t yet been to Pelvic Guru Academy’s Female Athlete course, don’t say that too loudly in a group of pelvic PTs because those who have been to one will likely swarm you with praise for this awesome course. You’ll likely hear words like, “Amazing!”, “life-changing!”, and “made me question everything!” I decided to catch up with Antony and ask him some questions about his course and how he became interested in teaching on this topic.

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5 Critical Errors Women Make During CrossFit

Antony Lo discusses 5 critical errors that women make when doing CrossFit.

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 to stay and it is a GOOD thing. But just like every other exercise program or sport in the world,…

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The 5 Things We Wish You Knew About Pudendal Neuralgia

The Five Things We Wish You Knew about Pudendal Neuralgia with Tracy Sher

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 with Pudendal Nerve Entrapment? Why are there so many misdiagnoses with pudendal symptoms? Its complex. We are both pelvic physical…

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Kegels and Comedy? Meet Gusset Grippers.

Usually, matters of urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse is NO laughing matter. However, Elaine Miller, a hilarious physiotherapist in the UK has found a unique way to bring these topics to the comedy stage with grace.

Meet Gusset Grippers. Stand-up comedy about ‘wee’, ‘pish’, and ‘banging on’. The 1st Pelvic Professional Spotlight MEET GUSSET GRIPPERS! Who is Elaine Miller, A.K.A Gussie Grips, Gusset Grippers? Usually, discussing matters of urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse is NO laughing matter. However, there’s a fabulous, hilarious physiotherapist in the UK (Edinburgh, Scotland) who’s found…

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10 Common Misconceptions About Pelvic Physical Therapy

Jessica Powley discusses 10 major misconceptions about pelvic physical therapy.

Have you ever heard of pelvic physical therapy before? Many have not, but this specialty can be a crucial part of someone’s complete medical care – for women, men, and even children. As one my patients recently said,  “I had no idea this sort of thing exists, but I’m sure glad I found it because…

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Toilet Talk: Things You Should Know, But Probably Don’t.

Tracy Sher shares a list of some of the best tips that every person should know about toilet talk.

Parents can relate to the fact that we spend a lot of time potty training children. However, that’s likely the only time we experience “toilet talk”.  When I provide basic bowel and bladder tips to my adult patients, I am always surprised when they say “why didn’t anyone tell me that?”.  So, here’s a list…

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