Category Archives: Pain

Pelvic Floor Pain Support Group

When you are dealing with chronic pain, it is important to have a good support network. Studies show there was a direct, significant association between social support and pain. Even the most supportive family and friends can’t truly understand what you are going through, and you may feel all alone. His Therapy is offering a […]

Symptoms and Causes of Pelvic Floor Pain

In the US, approximately 15 percent of women report chronic pelvic pain. However, it is not a subject we feel comfortable talking about publicly, so often it can go undiagnosed and untreated. Chronic pelvic pain is pain in the area below your belly button and between your hips that lasts six months or longer. This […]

Dry Needling for “Trigger Points” aka Myofascial Pain

Trigger points are irritable, hard “knots” within a muscle that may cause pain over a large area, leading to difficulty performing everyday tasks. When a person has painful muscles and trigger points, it is sometimes called myofascial pain syndrome.   Myofascial trigger points are a common type of pain. The word myofascial means muscle tissue and the connective […]

Don’t Let Another Month Go by in 2016 Feel Better with Less Pain and More Control of Your Life

Feel Better with less pain and More control   Let 2016 be a new year for you! At His Therapy we have physical therapists who specialize in pelvic health and wellness. Using Biofeedback and other manual treatment, we can assist with pelvic floor relaxation and strengthening to help gain bladder and bowel control and pain. […]

Can Diet and Lack of Rest Cause Pelvic Pain

YES your diet and lack of rest can cause your pelvic pain! Found a great website with a lot of great information. www.Pelvicguru.com. Tracy Sher is an amazing PT and has a ton of information about pelvic floor health. She has an article about nutrition and how what we eat will effect your pain. Please take a look at it. […]

Tips for Hip, Pelvic, and Low Back Pain

Avoid activities/position that strain the joints of the pelvis and lower back: crossing legs, climbing stairs, standing with weight on one leg, cross-trainer machine, stair stepper or stair climber on machines, bicycling, sitting in asymmetrical positions. Use the best sleeping position: lying on your left side with a pillow support under head and neck and […]