Written by: Nesin Pelvic Health November has us pelvic therapists reflecting on what we’re thankful for, specifically the products we’re thankful patients have available to them. Check out the featured products our therapists chose below!Squatty PottyLisa English, PT, DPT, WCS is thankful for squatty potties because it helps relax the pelvic muscles so going #2… Read More
Written by: Anna Harvey, PTA With September comes thoughts of fall: hot tea, pumpkins, football….and yoga? Yes! Because September is National Yoga month! We at Nesin Pelvic Health recognize the valuable role yoga plays in pelvic physical therapy and overall patient wellness and want to share that with you. And what better way to do… Read More
Written by: Dr. Meredith Taylor, PT, DPTAre you hot and bothered that your vulva or vaginal tissue is hot and bothered? There are many reasons for vulvar and vaginal skin irritation, scarring, or thin and fragile skin. Some examples are skin changes and/or vaginal atrophy associated with hormonal changes due to long term birth control… Read More
Written by: Dr. Lisa English, PT, DPT, WCS Planning a vacation? I know you can’t wait to get a little bit of time to yourself, and practice some self care! But don’t forget that continued self care to your pelvic floor! When you travel, more often than not there can be some significant changes to… Read More
This is a story about the day my Kegels had performance anxiety. I’m thinking I’ve definitely got your attention now! First thing…let me set the scene. You see, I’ve been in need of Pelvic Physical Therapy for quite some time. And you may think to yourself…”what took so long for you to go?” I have… Read More
As a pelvic PT, I love the increasing attention the pelvic floor has received in the past few years. You may have noticed it too, but it could leave you wondering: what is your pelvic floor? The pelvic floor is an amazing (IMO) network of muscles, ligaments, and nerves located within our pelvic bones. Simplifying… Read More
We knew it was time for a clinic specializing in pelvic pain, sexual health, pregnancy, incontinence and more.
Most of us don’t spend a lot of time thinking about our bladders unless it’s really, uncomfortably full. Because we only think about our bladders when we have to pee, we never think about the good or bad habits we’re establishing. Check out the lists below to see what bad habits you should be avoiding… Read More