Continuing our Education: Vestibulodynia, Vulvar Pain, and Beyond

Fiona McMahon PT, DPT In a blog a few posts back, we covered some of our new skills we developed with our friends, Kelli Wilson PT, DPT, FAAOMPT, and Sara Sauder PT, DPT in addressing issues of the male pelvic floor. In this post, we will cover the new techniques and latest information we learned …

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Spring Pelvic Health 101 is Coming

Fiona McMahon, DPT, PT Pelvic Health 101 is back with some old favorites like, “Something’s wrong with my what?” and “Why is pooping so difficult?” We have also added a new course on pediatric pelvic floor issues. If you have questions, we have answers. Join us for lectures and question and answer opportunities with expert …

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Anatomy of An Irritated Vestibule

By Riva Preil Vestibulodynia (VBD, also called vulvar vestibulitis or vestibulitis) is a specific type of vulvodynia (refer to “Vulvo-what-ia?”, November 26 blog for details).  Both are considered chronic pain syndromes involving hypersensitivity of the central nervous system.  Whereas vulvodynia is believed to be caused by direct nerve injury, VBD is most likely due to …

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