On a regular basis, we receive numerous requests to find pelvic health professionals in all areas of the world. The types of professionals on these lists include pelvic physical therapists, physicians, nurses and more.
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
* Update 6/12/13We are thrilled with the positive response we received for the free Pelvic PDF we offered. We received many requests for ortho, neuro, and vestibular tests as well. Here they are!Click Here for
Patients Seeking Outpatient Pelvic Rehabilitation In the current issue of the journal Physical Therapy, Wang and colleagues describe the characteristics of patients (and their pelvic floor diagnoses) presenting for outpatient physical therapy. 109 outpatient clinics
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,
Great Article on Therapy for Pelvic Pain- Click here: Health | Toppling a taboo: Therapy for pelvic pain | Seattle Times Newspaper.
Painful intercourse (Dyspareunia) The medical term for painful intercourse is dyspareunia (dis-puh-ROO-ne-uh) — which is defined as persistent or recurrent genital pain that occurs just before, during or after intercourse. ~ Mayo Clinic Unfortunately,
When I, or one of my colleagues, say "I'm a pelvic physical therapist," the usual reaction (if other than bewilderment) is "oh, so you help people with Kegels, huh?". We then feel a surge of
Who's even heard of Pudendal Neuralgia? How about Pudendal Nerve Entrapment? (** Added 2/27/15 Please also read the newest blog: 5 Things We Wish You Knew About Pudendal Neuralgia) During my career, I developed an