Pelvic Health 101 is back and with BRAND NEW COURSES

Fiona McMahon PT, DPT Our Pelvic Health 101 courses are back! For those of you not in the know about our courses, they are informational sessions provided by top experts in the field of pelvic pain and pelvic function. These courses allow you to dive more deeply into topics such as bowel, bladder and sexual …

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Tune in! Blog Talk Radio: Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder

Stephanie Stamas, DPT We have exciting news! Our very own physical therapist, Dr. Stephanie Stamas, will have the honor of interviewing Dr. Irwin Goldstein on the talk radio show, The Pelvic Messenger. Dr. Goldstein is an expert in sexual medicine and world-renown physician specializing in the treatment of sexual dysfunction and pain. He is currently …

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Pain & Sexuality – Is it all in my head?

By Stephanie Stamas No, it is not! As pelvic floor physical therapists, a common cry among our patients is how sick they are of hearing that their pain is just in their head. Some patients go from doctor to doctor until they find a practitioner who will truly listen to their complaints. When diagnostic tests …

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The School of Pelvic Health: Why is pooping so difficult?

By Stephanie Stamas The number of Americans who deal with constipation issues is massive (4 million!)! It seems like every time I mention that I’m a pelvic floor physical therapist another friend pulls me aside with bowel movement concerns. Why is it that so many people have issues? And more importantly – what can we …

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Running to the bathroom, AGAIN!

By Stephanie Stamas The Pelvic Health 101 series is back again! At our next class, on Tuesday, March 24, we are discussing urinary dysfunction. Urinary dysfunction is NOT something only post-partum women experience. If you are someone who swears you have a small bladder, leak a little when you sneeze, cough or laugh, get up …

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The School of Pelvic Health is BACK!

Yes, you read that right: We're doing another semester of our very successful School of Pelvic Health! Starting on March 17th, our own Stephanie Stamas, PT, DPT, will lead you through seven weeks of FREE classes related to pelvic health. These include but are not limited to a review of pelvic floor anatomy (March 17, …

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Bladder Chatter

By Riva Preil The School of Pelvic Health returns tonight, Tuesday October 21, 2014 (7:00 PM) with a fascinating class entitled Running to the Bathroom, Again!  Stephanie Stamas, physical therapist at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, will discuss the urinary system’s anatomy and physiology. She will then explain what happens when this system is not functioning …

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Be Cool, Stay in School

By Riva Preil Get excited for the incredible new FREE seminar series at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, The School of Pelvic Health!  This educational series, taught by our very own STEPHANIE STAMAS, is designed to inform individuals on pelvic floor muscle function, the connection between the pelvic floor and pain free movement, and to provide …

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Prevention: Diastasis Recti, Part II

By Stephanie Stamas So now that you’ve learned how a Diastasis Recti (DR) can be created during pregnancy, how can you prevent it from happening to you? There is currently a lot of available information on the positive benefits of aerobic exercise for the pregnant mother and the fetus, but little research focuses on the …

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Meet Our New Team Member: Stephanie Stamas!

By Riva Preil It is with great pleasure and excitement that I introduce you to Stephanie Stamas, the newest member of our BBPT family! You may remember Stephanie from her time here as a student physical therapist last spring.  You may also remember her from her previous blog post contributions (April 12 and April 17, …

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