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April 2024

Can Pelvic PT Help With Hemorrhoids

Can Pelvic Floor PT help with Hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids, a discomforting and often embarrassing condition affecting millions of people worldwide. Despite its prevalence, there remains a lingering stigma around discussing the topic openly. However, understanding this condition and its potential remedies, particularly the role of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy (PFPT), is crucial for those seeking relief and a better quality of life. Hemorrhoids […]

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Why do I have to keep wiping after a bowel movement?

Bowel movements are an essential bodily function, yet for some individuals, the process doesn’t always end once they leave the bathroom. The need for repeated wiping after a bowel movement can be frustrating and concerning, impacting one’s daily life and causing discomfort. However, this common issue may have an underlying cause that can be addressed,

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5 Reasons you should see a pelvic physical therapist while you are pregnant:

Pregnancy is a journey marked by numerous changes and challenges, both physically and emotionally. Amid the excitement and anticipation, it’s crucial not to overlook the importance of caring for your pelvic floor health. This often-neglected area plays a significant role in your overall physical well-being during and after pregnancy. Seeking the expertise of a Pelvic

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Will Urinary Incontinence Go Away On Its Own?

Whether urinary incontinence goes away on its own or requires pelvic floor physical therapy (PT) depends on the underlying cause and individual factors. In many cases, especially if the incontinence is due to temporary factors like a urinary tract infection or medication side effects, it may resolve on its own once the underlying issue is

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