What the internet is saying about pelvic health
LET WHO PUT WHAT WHERE? FINDING A CURE FOR PELVIC PAIN
The issue plaguing many women and has left most doctors flummoxed. But a new—and very intimate—form of therapy could finally provide relief. If you can handle it.
BEYOND KEGELS: WHEN DO GYNECOLOGIC PROBLEMS CALL FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY?
Many gynecologic problems require multidisciplinary treatment. Physical therapy may play a significant treatment role in achieving successful outcomes and improving patients’ quality of life.
PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR YOUR LADY PARTS: IS YOUR YOU-KNOW-WHAT BOTHERING YOU?
Do you experience discomfort when you, um, well, you know? These women-focused health practitioners know exactly what you mean, and they can help you find relief.
What the journals are saying
Behavioral Therapy With or Without Biofeedback and Pelvic Floor Electrical Stimulation for Persistent Postprostatectomy Incontinence
Functional Dry Needling Explained
Frequency Urgency and Pelvic Pain Treating the Pelvic Floor Versus the Epithelium
Geriatric Fecal incontinence
Maternal Position and Other Variables: Effects on Perineal Outcomes in 557 Births
Minimizing Genital Tract Trauma and Related Pain Following Spontaneous Vaginal Birth
Screening for Musculoskeletal Causes of Pelvic Pain