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Blog Archives: 2013

Baby’s First Concussion

The rise in concern for concussion management and discussions about return to play in kids sports have been a hot topic on twitter and facebook over the last few years. I followed it with professional and personal interest. My 8 year old son, Zack,  has hit his head more times than I would like to...

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ISO: A Few Good (Wo)men

It’s go time! I have partnered with researchers at Robert Morris University to investigate if women can access and benefit from an online, integrative pelvic floor program to address their stress urinary incontinence (SUI). SUI is involuntary loss of urine due to coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercise or sex. Our hope is that this tele-health program...

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Diastasis Recti: To Brace or Not to Brace?

This is a recent note I received from a woman with a disappointing result from a popular program that recommends braces for Diastasis Recti, a common separation of the abdominals during pregnancy that lingers for some women. If you have been around my blog or heard my social media voice, prescriptive bracing ain’t my thing....

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prolapse symptoms?

Ever wonder what one of my courses is all about? Read on!

I was kindly interviewed by the host of an upcoming course to get a behind the scenes look at what to look forward to at the class. I broke it down for them here: 1. What can you tell us about “Diaphragm/Pelvic Floor Piston for Adult Populations (Part One)” that is not mentioned in the...

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CrossFit asks “Do You Pee During Workouts?” We’ve Got Answers

Sooo….this happened. . Female CrossFit athletes happily declaring that they pee during a workout. A Gynecologist offers her medical advice “It’s OK to pee during double-unders!”. You can even get a t-shirt now in case you want to let folks know who may have missed the viral video. Peeing during a workout was offered as a...

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