Dilator Training for 5 of The Most Common Pelvic Floor Conditions (Dyspareunia, Vulvodynia, Vaginismus, Vaginal Atrophy, Vaginal Stenosis)
Have you ever experienced vaginal or pelvic pain? Does your vagina feel too tight or narrow? Does it hurt or are you unable to have sex, use tampons, or get an internal exam?
These questions can be uncomfortable, but if you experience any of these sensations or others, you are absolutely not alone. These are common symptoms that many women encounter and there is help and treatment available.
Post Pelvic or Vaginal Surgery Tips and Tools
Pelvic physical therapy is often used as a conservative treatment prior to surgery, but it is also beneficial following the healing phase of pelvic surgery.
Your therapist will provide education regarding your pelvic floor and your particular surgery and then they will further examine your pelvis. They will walk you through each part of the examination and make sure you feel comfortable.
3 Simple Steps to Train Your Bladder To Reduce Pee Urgency
Do you find yourself running to the bathroom when you have the urge to pee, scared you are not going to make it? Do you almost pee your pants when you are unlocking your door, pulling into the driveway or when you see the toilet? Don't worry, you are not alone.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Conditions, Causes and Treatments
Pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) is a condition that refers to a number of pelvic floor disorders that affect the pelvic floor muscles and the surrounding area. Dysfunction occurs when you are unable to appropriately relax, contract, or coordinate the pelvic floor muscles. This could look like frequent bathroom trips, leaking, being unable or having difficulty with urination or bowel movements, pain with sex, infertility, low back pain, pelvic pain, and abdominal pain.
3 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Incontinence
Do you leak when you laugh, sneeze or jump? What about when you are running to use the toilet? Truth of the matter is either you or someone you know does. It is very common. One previous study found that 51.1 percent of women have urinary incontinence. Even though it is as common as flipping a coin and landing heads, it is NOT normal. Here are 3 ways you can reduce your risk of peeing your pants.
How to Use Vaginal Dilators? 10 Easy Steps from a Pelvic TrainerVaginal dilators are a common tool used in pelvic floor therapy to restore healthy pelvic floor function and decrease pain and tension by stretching the vaginal soft tissue. Here are reasons you would need a vaginal dilator and how to use it.
What Are Dilators and How Do They Work?What Are Dilators? Vaginal dilators, sometimes referred to as vaginal trainers or pelvic floor trainers, are a common tool used in pelvic floor the...