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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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Bladder Pain and Bowel Issues – Oy! IPPS Conference Highlights

Highlights on bladder pain and bowel issues from the International Pelvic Pain Society Conference in Orlando, FL.

Bladder Pain and Bowel Issues – Oy! Highlights on these topics from the International Pelvic Pain Society Conference in Orlando, FL, October 17-20, 2013. The 2013 International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) Conference was highly anticipated and with great reason! We were impressed by the excellent clinical information for first-time and return attendees to the conference.…

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Pelvic Pain Research: What’s Happening and Who’s Recruiting?

Pelvic Pain Research: What's Happening and Who's Recruiting?

Pelvic pain research “nerd alert”. You have been warned! Here’s a sampling of some of the great research projects and trials (primarily pelvic pain with some others sprinkled in) listed as CURRENTLY recruiting subjects in the United States and Canada.  Who else hopes the funding dollars are there to support these (crossing fingers)!? Let’s face it: pelvic…

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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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Dear CrossFit and “CrossFit Gynecologist,” I’m Appalled. There’s Help For ‘Peeing’ During Workouts!

Tracy Sher discusses stress urinary incontinence (SUI) during exercise and offers guidance for those suffering from this condition.

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 program for many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special operations units, champion martial artists, and hundreds of other…

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The Ultimate Pelvic Anatomy Resource

A resource with articles, pictures, and videos of pelvic anatomy all in the same place!

Articles, Links, and Videos, Oh My! Ever wanted a resource with articles, pictures, and videos of pelvic anatomy all in the same place? Here it is! I’ve been putting this together for a while and am very excited to share this with you! This resource will evolve and update as new, exciting links are found.…

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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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Pelvic Floor, Prolapse, and Transvaginal Mesh Complications. What’s the Connection?

Elizabeth Carrollton discusses the connection between pelvic floor, prolapse, and transvaginal mesh complications.

Featured guest article, by Elizabeth Carrollton who writes about defective medical devices and dangerous drugs for Drugwatch.  How to Keep Your Pelvic Floor Healthy and Strong The pelvic floor is an essential muscle group, supporting pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus and rectum, as well as contributing to core strength and balance. Childbirth is easier and recovery…

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Gynecologic Cancer – The Radiation Elephant in the Room

This is an introduction to general information about radiation effects regarding gynecologic cancer.

Gynecologic cancers include malignancies of the female genital tract involving the vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus, Fallopian tubes or ovaries. A common treatment involves radiation therapy (also known as radiotherapy). Radiation therapy involves treatment with high energy rays (such as x-rays) with the intent to shrink or kill cancer cells. The Radiation Elephant in the Room:…

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