How I went from 2 headaches a month to 1 headache a year Yes, it can be done. I went from getting neck tension headaches about two times a month to getting one per year. The horrid kind that you can feel building and building throughout the day.
This time of year stresses me out. All the parties, all the shopping, all the cooking and of course, all the sugar. I feel like I zip around, zooming from thing to thing with no time to rest and relax. I absolutely love it all but feel like
Pelvic floor dysfunction – huh? What’s a pelvic floor? If you’re wondering what in the world we’re talking about when we say these things, you’re not alone. And, better yet, you’ve come to the right place to have your questions answered. What are pelvic floor muscles?
“Interstitial cystitis”, claimed the doctor two knuckles deep in my vagina. That was it. With those two simple, little words he labeled years of ongoing pelvic floor pain. Only, I didn’t know it was pelvic floor pain. I didn’t even know I had a pelvic floor, and
Join Physical Therapist Dr. Libby Trausch for a discussion on the pelvic floor and core. She’ll cover pregnancy, postpartum and everyday concerns. There will be a Q & A following the short presentation. **Don’t forget to register to reserve your spot!
So you’ve just delivered your precious babe and suddenly you’re peeing your pants, or having pelvic discomfort or a lack of pelvic strength. Or, maybe you’re currently pregnant and hearing stories from your friends about all the pelvic floor dysfunction in your near future. Neither of these things
This is a PSA to the women who are told their gynecological and obstetric pelvic pain require surgery or drugs to improve. I got my period when I was 9 and shortly after started taking massive doses of ibuprofen monthly. As a young girl I regularly visited