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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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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Symptoms

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Symptoms

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction symptoms can range from subtle to severe with incontinence being the most commonly associated symptom. While symptoms such as urinary incontinence and fecal incontinence (also known as bowel incontinence), may be caused as a result of pelvic...

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What Is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

What Is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

Unlike what most people think, pelvic floor dysfunction is not just a pelvic floor issue but issues related to the pelvic floor, pelvic wall, AND what they are attached to. After all, the pelvic floor is not a free-floating surface and its integrity depends on how...

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Can I Do Pelvic Floor Therapy On Myself?

Can I Do Pelvic Floor Therapy On Myself?

Pelvic floor dysfunction, once thought to be an issue of women, who had gone through pregnancy and childbirth and then aging, is a thing of the past! Pelvic floor dysfunction has no age or gender preference and in my practice, I see plenty of male patients with no...

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What Is The Best Exercise For Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic floor dysfunction is instability and lack of functional performance of the pelvis leading to different issues. While most people think of incontinence, sexual performance issues, and pelvic pain as pelvic floor dysfunction, there are many other 'chapters' to...

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What Are The Symptoms Of Hypermobility?

What Are The Symptoms Of Hypermobility?

Hypermobility, hypermobility spectrum disorders (HSD), and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), all refer to connective tissue disorders, a condition that occurs later on in life but something you are born with. This blog is about the symptoms of hypermobility. From a...

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Hypermobility And Pelvic Pain

Hypermobility And Pelvic Pain

You may have heard of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome or EDS, Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder or HSD or hypermobility but not associated it with pelvic pain because you know that it is a connective tissue disorder that also has joint instability and pain. While most...

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