Everyday, I am convinced more and more that the average American, including our children women and men, do not drink enough water! It affects every part of your life. Your bowel function, bladder function, skin, eyes, brain, heart, nails, joints, muscles, etc. The list can keep going on. Every part of your body needs water. […]
Men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer or have other medical problems related to their prostate may have some symptoms that a pelvic floor therapists can help them with. Many men suffer from urinary incontinence, urgency and retention issues and many more things that affect their way of life and every day function. Both […]
As many of you may know that a physical therapists can help people to exercises with weights to help with strengthening or they can teach someone how to use crutches after surgery to help them walk. But how can physical therapists help with bladder or bowel problems like incontinence? The pelvic floor muscle is a skeletal muscle just like other muscles […]
The pelvic floor consists of several layers of muscles that cover the bottom of the pelvic cavity. These muscles have 3 distinct roles: 1) To support the pelvic organs, the bladder, uterus and colon within the pelvis 2) To assist in stopping and starting the flow of urine or passage of gas or stool 3) […]
My family is originally from Gujarat, India. My parents migrated to the US in 1972. Me and my four older brothers were very young when we moved here to the US. I was only 2 years old. When I was in middle school my father decided to take me and one of my brothers to India to visit my […]
66% of your body is water, so replenish yourself with the best: pure natural water. If you feel thirsty, you are all ready dehydrated – drink water regularly and your body will thank you!
Urinary incontinence (UI) is the inability to control urine. An estimated 13 million adults (men and women) of all ages suffer from UI. Dysfunctional voiding patterns and leakage also occur in children of all ages. There are four basic types of incontinence. Stress incontinence is when urine leaks out when stress (pressure) is put on the bladder, for example […]