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Blog Category: Women’s Health

Dear Everyone: I’m Moving On

Big Changes Coming!!  Dear Everyone, After a lot of serious contemplation and behind the scenes prep I have decided to quit my job. And since I own my own business that is a strange brew. This shift is still motivated by my passion and desire to help females and other underserved populations. The mission isn’t changing,...

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Build a Better House

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Rehab: Build a Better House

Time to build a better house for women. The information and conversation around prolapse has historically been about supporting the pelvic organs from below by increasing pelvic floor strength. While this can be an important part of a global intervention strategy, if it is the only strategy offered it may not address other contributing factors,...

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Prolapse

Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Let’s Talk Stats

Since June is Pelvic Organ Prolapse Awareness Month…Hallmark are you listening….I thought I’d share some #educatedhope to help ladies out who are getting their info from ye ole internet. I am all for more info, but so much of it has ultimately generated more fear vs help and healing. So I am officially declaring it...

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Find Your Voice

Find Your Voice, Find Your Pelvic Floor

Today, I am thrilled to share a guest blog from my teaching partner Susan Clinton linking  voice to postural control and pelvic health. She and I worked together to develop an introductory online module to share concepts like these that we are happy to announce is now eligible for CEUs! Check it out…knowledge bombs await! ...

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Pelvic Floor Health

New Podcast: What is the Range of Normal in pelvic floor health?

    I recently got to sit down with anthropologist and mama, Kate Clancy. She studies periods, reproductive health, and has recently had her own experience navigating pelvic health during pregnancy and post partum. She also does roller derby in her spare time….love it! It was great opportunity to introduce the concepts I share with...

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