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Hip pain and the Pelvic Floor

Hip pain and the Pelvic Floor

If you’ve tried traditional exercises for hip pain with no results, it might be time to speak with a pelvic Physical Therapist.  Your hip pain could be related to your pelvic floor! Why? Your pelvic floor muscles sit within the pelvis like a hammock. They support...

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Pelvic Physical Therapy can help prolapse

Pelvic Physical Therapy can help prolapse

What is prolapse?  one or more pelvic organs can press into the vaginal wall and create prolapse. If you’ve had babies or a hysterectomy, you may have heard of this Types of pelvic organ prolapse (POP):  Bladder (cystocele) Uterine prolapseUrethra...

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Welcome, Alyssa Lyman, DPT

Welcome, Alyssa Lyman, DPT

Well Being Pelvic Physical Therapy continues to grow as we strive to meet our patient's needs. We are excited to have Dr. Lyman join our team or providers and look forward to the skills she has to offer. We welcome her unique skill set, calm and compassionate nature,...

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Welcome, Dr. Katelyn Peach!

Welcome, Dr. Katelyn Peach!

Well Being Pelvic Physical Therapy is proud to have Doctor Peach join our team! We are happy to be growing, but as we do, we need more options to get the care you need in a timely manner. With our exceptionally high standards, we took extra time to get just the right...

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3. Posture and the Pelvic Floor

Foot to Floor Series 3 of 5: How posture can cause pelvic floor dysfunction (and vice versa)! This is the 3rd of a 3 part series on how the foot and leg can cause and/or affect pelvic floor conditions. #1 covered leg alignment and foot arch. #2 touched on toe and...

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We are hiring!

Physical Therapist Pelvic Health Well Being Pelvic Physical Therapy is growing again and need at least one, possibly 2 Physical Therapists with experience in pelvic health. New grads welcome! PT experience includes one or more: internship with trained pelvic PT,...

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It’s February and love is in the air!

It’s February and love is in the air!

But wait... does thinking about Valentine’s Day give you anxiety because of pain with sex? The medical term for pain with sex (intercourse) is dyspareunia, and can affect both men and women. It includes pain just before, during, or after intercourse. The prevalence of...

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