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
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Pelvic Guru 2013 - Most Popular Rankings What a fantastic 2013 ! Thank you all so much for viewing, supporting and sharing at Pelvic Guru - the blog website and social media sites. The positive
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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
Here's a simplistic view from Web MD of some of the causes associated with pelvic pain. Have you ever wanted to see what scar tissue looks like? Many times patients don't have a simple, isolated reason for pelvic pain. It's usually multifactorial. In other words, patients often present with IBS, Bladder Pain, and Endometriosis. Tricky, huh?
The Today show on NBC this morning featured Lisa Rinna in a new advertising campaign - Lisa Rinna Tries the New Depend® Silhouette for Women. The Depend products have launched a smoother, sleeker line for the Baby Boomer generation. Urinary incontintinence, unintentional loss of urine, is no joking matter. It's important to have the proper products such as an adult pad or diaper product to deal with this issue. However, we advocate to our patients- "you don't just have to live with this issue". Many cases of urinary incontinence can improve dramatically or completely go away with the right personalized program, particularly with a trained pelvic physical therapist. Lisa Rinna reports that she does not wear the Depend products regularly, but was happy to support this campaign and raise money for a charity called "Dress for Success". There's another video featured (see the link here) with male pro football players trying on the Depend product to raise money for a charity for Prostate Cancer. All jokes and SNL parodies aside, this campaign certainly raises awareness regarding the issue of adult incontinence.
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