The Female Athlete - Focus on Core and Pelvic Floor (lumbosacral, abdominal, pelvis, pelvic floor, hip, legs) Register for the course below or click here. Date: Saturday and Sunday Course - December 9-10, 2017 - Lakewood,
The Female Athlete - Focus on Core and Pelvic Floor (lumbosacral, abdominal, pelvis, pelvic floor, hip, legs) Register for the course below or click here. Date: Saturday and Sunday Course - December 2-3, 2017 - Austin,
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
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.
Did you know that we post regular updates on the latest news and happenings in the world of pelvic health on Facebook and Twitter? (On occasion, LinkedIn and possibly soon on Instagram and Snapchat). Join
An opportunity to share collective pelvic health resources in the form of handouts for your patients and clients.
Attention girls and women - go ahead and explore your genitals! (In a private setting, of course!) We don't hear that very often do we? A brilliant and wonderful pelvic PT colleague in Australia, Lori
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
Why Aren’t There More Women Leaders in Healthcare? Surprising Insights and Discussions About ‘Leaning In!’
Over the last few years, the disparity in women's leadership opportunities has been highlighted by successful professionals such as Sheryl Sandberg (TED talk) and Anne-Marie Slaughter (Atlantic Article). CAN women have it all? Healthcare is
Friends, Romans, Countrywomen - lend me your ear! All these people are WRONG! (and that's probably one reason why they're seeing me in the first place) If you want my advice, I'm going to be succinct, clear and direct. You can wash your vulvovaginal area any way you'd like as long as you are in the shower, eliminate all soap and let warm water run over the area and only use your hands. Just call me the Henry Ford of the vagina…or is that weird?