Category Archives: Pelvic Floor

TeleHealth Appointments Now Available!

We are happy to announce that we now have TeleHealth appointments available to new and returning clients! These will be video appointments with Sabina, so all you need is a camera on your computer or smart phone. You can still make progress with your health without leaving the comfort of your home! We want to […]

How Can Alkaline Water Affect Bladder Health?

Alkaline refers to the pH level of the water. The pH level measures how acidic or alkaline a substance is on a scale of 0-14. For example, lemon juice (pH 2) and vinegar (pH 3) are both very acidic, while baking soda (8-9 pH) and milk of magnesia (10-11 pH) are both very alkaline. At […]

Pelvic Floor Issues During and After Pregnancy

To all expectant or postpartum mommies.  Take care of your pelvic floor! Women who have had multiple births, instrumental births, severe perineal tearing or large babies are often at a greater risk for pelvic floor muscle damage. The pelvic floor muscles can sometimes become too loose and weak.  This is a common problem for women because of pregnancy […]

Importance of Post Partum Pelvic Floor Eval

Ok ladies, let’s talk pelvic floor. As women, we are often so busy taking care of everyone else- our husbands, children, elderly parents, Susie down the street- we often neglect ourselves and our bodies. Many of us haven’t given a second thought to our pelvic floor since we first learned about it.. You know, that […]

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 […]

Pelvic Floor Therapy

Pelvic floor therapy is a special type of physical therapy which specializes in the treatment of the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that attach from the front of the pelvis to the tailbone. They act like a hammock to our body by supporting the bladder, uterus and rectum. The support mechanism of […]

A Pelvic Floor PT Can Help with Voiding Problems in Children

His Therapy is offering pediatric pelvic floor PT.  This post is dedicated to explaining both the voiding problems that lead children to pelvic floor PT and how PT can help. Many children suffer from bladder/bowel voiding dysfunction. In fact, 20% of all pediatric visits are for incontinence problems. The umbrella term for difficulty with bladder/bowel […]