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.
Does sleep really matter for chronic pelvic pain? Guest post by Jessica Reale, PT, DPT, WCS Did you know that most people will spend about 22 years of their lives sleeping? Sleep is one of
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
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
This blog article touches on the "trend in medical schools to use 'simulators' and mannequins, rather than model patients, to teach students." Do you think that this is a disservice to medical students? Pelvic Guru says YES! Did you know that in Pelvic Physical Therapy specialized courses, each therapist has to practice all internal and external pelvic tests and treatments on each other (or they have to bring another person to model)?
In the private world of pelvic health- the world of pap smears, prostate exams, and colonoscopies- where can people turn for advice? We hope that PelvicGuru will become a solid place to turn for valuable