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Here you will find information and resources for pelvic health. With evidence and expertise, we will help guide you through motherhood and beyond without leakage or pelvic pain. As a physical therapist and board-certified women’s health specialist, Kristina at Simpli Whole is here to help you navigate the the world of pregnancy and postpartum to live the active lifestyle you deserve!
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What is Pelvic Floor Therapy?
Pelvic floor physical therapy is a specialty within the practice of physical therapy itself. Many women (and men!) suffer from pelvic floor issues that they are often too ashamed or scared to talk about. This could include everything from leaking urine when you laugh, cough, or sneeze to feeling a heavy pressure from prolapse every time you try to chase your kid.
Pelvic floor therapy addresses the muscles of the pelvic floor (there are a lot of them!) and the surrounding areas to treat the cause of your pelvic floor issue. We can address if the muscles are too active, too weak, uncoordinated, etc. to solve any and all pelvic floor problems.
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