Painful sex, vaginismus, vestibulodynia, dyspareunia... What ever you want to call it – it means that sex hurts. This is a blog post that I’ve been meaning to write for a long time, for a [...]
One in ten women suffer from endometriosis. While this is a disorder that involves the reproductive organs, a pelvic floor physiotherapist is a good member to have on your health team to help cope with [...]
Happy New Year! I've been back at the clinic for a week now and have had more than a few patients worried about apparent relapses in a variety of conditions - urinary incontinence, pelvic organ [...]
While it’s important for men to monitor their own health, it’s sometimes helpful for partners to know the signs of prostate cancer. For women, they are often very attentive to their partner’s health, but because [...]
Some of the largest secondary complaints of women who have undergone breast cancer treatments are problems with their vaginal and vulvar (external genitalia) region. Many treatments for breast cancer and those for improving survivorship force [...]
If you asked me before I started PT school if I would be interested in pelvic floor physiotherapy, I probably would have looked at you funny because I didn’t even know it existed. I always thought I would get into the sports world and work in strictly orthopedics. It wasn’t until I realized that many women and men can’t compete, let alone participate in physical activity, because of urinary incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction.