Having strong pelvic floor muscles gives us control over the bladder and bowel. Weakened pelvic floor muscles mean the internal organs are not fully supported and you may have difficulty controlling the release of urine, feces (poo) or flatus (wind). Common causes of a weakened pelvic floor include childbirth, obesity and the associated straining of […]
The pelvic floor muscles are such an important part of our body for both men and women! Don’t forget about them! If you don’t know much about them feel free to look us www.histherapy.net or give us a call to learn more 864-534-1780! We would love to help you discover the world of pelvic floor wellness!
Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when a pelvic organ-such as your bladder-drops (prolapses) from its normal place in your lower belly and pushes against the walls of your vagina. This can happen when the muscles that hold your pelvic organs in place get weak or stretched from childbirth or surgery. It can be very common and […]
Two great videos to watch on normal bladder function and why water is good for our bodies! Is it bad to hold your pee? What happens to your body when you hold your pee: Posted by TED-Ed on Monday, October 10, 2016 What Would Happen If You Didn't Drink Water? Find out how much water […]
Check out this article written by Chris Worthy, contributing writer with Upstate Parent. She did a great review of all the symptoms that a pregnant women may have, and things that the woman should consider. http://www.upstateparent.com/story/news/health/2016/10/05/pregnant-moms-need-watch-their-backs/91627150/ Thank you Chris! Nice job!
Many of you have had questions about what the real difference is between dry needling and acupuncture. I’d like to bring some clarity to that question today. The one common ground between dry needling and acupuncture is the use of thin needles to puncture the skin for therapeutic purposes. The goals, however, are very different. […]
Dry needling– not to be confused with acupuncture– is a physical therapy treatment designed to reduce myofascial pain and discomfort, and is one Kizzie Person is very thankful for. This is her story: Kizzie was diagnosed with breast cancer in March of 2011. She was treated with chemotherapy, a mastectomy, and radiation therapy. Although cancer […]
Welcoming the newest member to our team! Kelly Madeira, a massage therapist who graduated Greenville Technical College in May of 2018 with honors says: “I love people dearly, my interest and passion in alternative healthcare is ever-increasing, and my love language has always been physical touch. I find the art of touch one […]