How do I know if I have pelvic floor dysfunction???  In Part 1 of this blog series we covered the first 4 clues of discovering if you have pelvic floor dysfunction. Today we will cover the last 5 clues. Clue 5: Fecal Staining or Incontinence Do you have fecal staining or fecal incontinence? If you…


Image(s) used under license from WHAT IS ENDOMETRIOSIS? In the last blog we discussed Vulvodynia. We are going to continue discussing diagnoses that cause women pelvic pain. Here we will discuss Endometriosis. What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis occurs when tissue that lines the uterus starts growing outside of the uterus. It may start growing on…


Image(s) used under license from WHAT IS VULVODYNIA? In the next few blogs we are going to talk about diagnoses that cause women pelvic pain. The first one is Vulvodynia. What is Vulvodynia? Simply stated, Vulvodynia is an ongoing pain around the opening of the vagina. It is usually unexplained and very uncomfortable. The…

Muscles in the Pelvic Floor

Did you know that the pelvic floor is made of more than one muscle? There are actually several different muscles that make up the pelvic floor. Deep hip rotators (obturator internus and piriformis), while not pelvic floor muscles, are also included in many exams because of their close proximity. Fun fact: Obturator internus issues can…

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