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What Is Incontinence?

What Is Incontinence?

Incontinence is a lack of the ability to voluntarily hold urine or fecal matter, and so based on which one you can’t hold, it is called urinary or fecal incontinence. It is common for people to think that they don’t have incontinence because they don’t pee or poo...

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What Causes Urinary Incontinence?

What Causes Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence comes in different forms from not being able to tell if you have to urinate to feeling to urinate all the time. In this blog, we are going to explore the different causes of urinary incontinence to outline what the treatment for urinary...

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction And Ergonomics

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction And Ergonomics

The days of pelvic floor dysfunction being a health issue of women with pregnancy and childbirth, elderly, overweight, and smokers are long gone. Our ergonomics plays a huge role in pelvic floor dysfunction and the reason why we are seeing younger patients and men. To...

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Male Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Male Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic floor dysfunction in men is no different than in women and the old stereotype has to find its way out! From my experience, I see younger aged patients, gender neutral, with pelvic floor dysfunction and find our lifestyle and habits playing a huge role in the...

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Constipation And Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Constipation And Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

https://corepelvicfloortherapy.com/pelvic-floor-dysfunction-symptoms/While factors such as poor diet and lack of activity can lead to constipation, one of the less associated causes of constipation is pelvic floor dysfunction. To better understand the relationship...

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The Top Pelvic Floor Exercises For A Healthy Core And Beyond

The Top Pelvic Floor Exercises For A Healthy Core And Beyond

There are many pelvic floor exercises that you will find on the net once you do a search and this blog is based on my experience with many patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, some of them not having the 'traditional' symptom association such as incontinence. I am...

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Physical Therapy

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Physical Therapy

Typically people go to pelvic floor physical therapy when they have incontinence, pelvic pain, pain during intercourse, and difficulty with bowel movement or urination. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction physical therapy is what a trained physical therapist who has gone beyond...

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Surgery or Alternatives?

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Surgery or Alternatives?

You suffer from Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and nothing seems to be working. You are considering surgery but are not sure if that is going to put an end to your complaint. If your question is should you have surgery or are there alternatives? This blog is for you. What...

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How Is the Treatment for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

How Is the Treatment for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is on the rise and the ‘generic’ treatments are not working long-term. The reason is 2-fold: There is a rise in the number of cases of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and that has to do with an increase in our sedentary lifestyle. Then there is the...

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