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What to Expect at Pelvic Physical/Occupational Therapy

What To Expect from Pelvic Therapy

General things to know about going to pelvic physical or occupational therapy: It’s normal to feel nervous (or not) about your first visit to pelvic therapy. Your pelvic therapist is familiar with people not being sure what to expect and will be ready to answer your questions. They will also be ready to share what…

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Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism and Pelvic Global Academy: A Power-Packed Partnership (an Interview with Brianna Battles)

Interview with Brianna Battles about partnering Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism with Pelvic Global Academy (Pelvic Guru, LLC)

by Heather Edwards, Pelvic Global Academy Course Coordinator and Content Manager   Some of you may have noticed and others may have already signed up for this hot ticket, but did you know that you can now get your Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism Certification through Pelvic Global Academy (Pelvic Guru, LLC)? Among the fantastic benefits…

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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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