Meet Sarah*. Sarah is a 33 year old woman with two children with long standing pelvic and back pain. She’s gone to the physician, she’s tried medications, she’s tried birth control, she’s tried steroid creams, she’s considered having a hysterectomy, and she’s currently trying pelvic floor physical therapy for her pelvic pain. She’s noticed that…

Coffee...Tea...Pop...Chocolate

Coffee…tea…pop…chocolate. Any guesses what they have in common?… They are all bladder irritants. And for some people, sugar, artificial sweeteners, and tomatoes are also irritants. So you may notice that after ingesting these things, you have to go to the bathroom more often. Does this mean that if you have a cup of joe every…

bladder pain syndrome

This is the number one question I hear. On average people deal with pelvic floor issues for 8 years before they are sent to PT. This therapy can be life changing. Let D explain how this affected her in her own words: “Hi, my name is D, I am a 47-year-old single mom of three…

Change begins when we are uncomfortable with the way things are

We all discover things that we want to change in our life at some point. Perhaps we desire to eat better, exercise more, begin a new chapter in our lives. Or maybe we just want to get up earlier in the morning. Whatever it is, something has to prompt the change. Change begins when we…

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