214544832745386
HyperMobility, Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Pain

HyperMobility, Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Pain

Hypermobility, hypermobile joint syndrome, EDS, HSD, MCAS, and hEDS are terms that are used interchangeably, all being connective tissue disorders. While the connective tissue is targeted with these conditions, other symptoms and signs are commonly seen such as: POTS...
How Do I Know If My Pelvic Floor is Weak?

How Do I Know If My Pelvic Floor is Weak?

Pelvic floor dysfunction is more common than most people realize! However, when the criteria are urine leakage, erectile dysfunction, pain in the pelvis, or sexual intercourse, then many subtle symptoms get missed. The lack of proper attention will only lead to more...
How to Tell if You Have Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

How to Tell if You Have Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

When it comes to health, many of us focus on big-ticket items like heart health, diet, and exercise, but there’s one area that often gets overlooked: the pelvis and pelvic floor dysfunction. The pelvic floor plays a crucial role in our overall well-being, and...
How Does Posture Impact Your Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

How Does Posture Impact Your Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

Your posture plays a crucial role in the health and function of a lesser-known but essential part of your body: the pelvic floor. In this blog, you will learn about the relationship between posture and the pelvic floor, and how proper alignment matters more than you...
Avoid Kegel Exercises on the Toilet

Avoid Kegel Exercises on the Toilet

Kegel exercises are great for everyone but they are not the answer to every pelvic floor dysfunction scenario. I strongly suggest you pause here and learn about Kegels from my blog, ” What are Kegel Exercises and do they work”. Most guidance on how to do...