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Dr. Lauren Critchlow PT, DPT, PRPC, WCS Pelvic Physical Therapist

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Why Use Vaginal Lubricants/Moisturizers?

A lot of us know about personal lubricants, but do we really know why we use them? Who can benefit from using lubricants? Today I want to cover the benefits of using vaginal lubricants or moisturizers and in which scenarios we may use these products. Throughout a female’s reproductive years, our body goes through many

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Practice These Lifting Tips to Avoid Pregnancy Back Pain When Lifting Your Toddler

Are you pregnant with baby #2, 3 or beyond and currently have a toddler or another baby at home? Often times self-care goes out the window when we have to care for a little person and this is a very important concept while your body is creating another little life. It seems that our time

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Managing Constipation (Part 2)

Constipation is the most common gastrointestinal complaint — about 4 million Americans experience constipation and make 2.5 million physician visits a year to get help for the problem. ​In Managing Constipation Part 1, we talked about the causes and indicators of constipation. Check that out here. ​In today’s post we are going to talk about

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Managing Constipation (Part 1)

Constipation is the most common gastrointestinal complaint — about 4 million Americans experience constipation and make 2.5 million physician visits a year to get help for the problem. Constipation can occur when the colon absorbs too much water, the colon’s muscle contraction is slow or sluggish, and/or there is delayed transit time through the colon.

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