What To Do About Scars from Childbirth?

Joanna Hess PT, DPT, PRC, WCS No one told you that the pain of childbirth doesn’t end with that final push and it doesn’t matter if you had a vaginal or belly birth. If you are the roughly 10% of demigoddesses who delivered without a tear, bless you and your fairy child.* If you are …

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Do You Speak Pelvic Floor? Guide to Antatomy Part 2: Male Genital Anatomy

Fiona McMahon PT, DPT (Pronouns: She, Her, Hers) Hello again and welcome to part two of the “Do you Speak Pelvic Floor Series”. In the first part, we described the most common clinical language we use to describe the genitalia of those with female anatomy. In part two we will look a little more closely …

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Navigating Life with Chronic Pain: Part 1

Fiona McMahon, PT, DPT Why Should Everyone Care About Chronic Pain Chronic pain is the in vogue topic of the day. It is a subject that has pushed its way into American’s awareness for very good reason. According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, chronic pain currently affects more than 1.5 million people worldwide, …

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Pilates with Kierstin! Kneeling Side Twist

Kierstin Elliot Exercise: Kneeling Side Twist Set Up: Kneel on the reformer facing either right or left side of the room with a strap held in both hands. Hands should be directly in front of the sternum, and arms rounded as if holding a big beach ball. Shoulders relaxed, lats slightly engaged, lower abs lifting …

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