pelvic floor physical therapy Category

1 05, 2022

Common Causes of Lower Back Pain While Pregnant

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If you feel like you're falling apart when you're pregnant because of your back pain, it's probably because you technically are. No alarm, I will explain. I am Dr. Devyn, your local pelvic health physical therapist, here to teach you about back pain during pregnancy. So although back pain during pregnancy may seem normal because it's typical, it's definitely something that can be addressed and improved upon. And it should also be evaluated by a medical professional. It's not something that you should just try to fix on your own. In this post, I'll describe some common causes of lower back pain but, more importantly, what you can do about [...]

15 04, 2022

5 Ways to Save Your Bladder From Urinary Incontinence

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Introduction to 5 Ways to Prevent Urinary Incontinence Are you tired of peeing your pants or being handicapped to the bathroom out in public? I'm here to tell you that you're not alone. Urinary incontinence is one of the most common complaints my patients see me for on a day-to-day basis. The truth is medications and wearing diapers will never address the real reason for having urinary incontinence. In this post, I'm going to explain five different tips for overcoming urinary incontinence once and for all so that you don't have to be handicapped to the bathroom or live your life in fear or distress. Tip #1: Make Sure You're [...]

8 02, 2022

5 Mistakes Women Make Before Pregnancy

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Are you thinking of getting pregnant? Are you avoiding pregnancy and having kids because you're worried about leaking urine afterwards, any tears during your birthing experience? Well, that could be prevented. So I am Dr. Devyn Kangas. I'm a pelvic health physical therapist in Cape Coral, and I'm here to help. Tip #1: Not Maintaining Your Nutritional Needs There are five mistakes that people make before they decide to get pregnant, the first being not managing their nutritional needs before actually getting pregnant. So being pregnant is not the time that you should be making any diet modifications. This is because your system's vulnerable. You shouldn't be [...]

5 01, 2022

2021 Wrap-Up: Our Most Helpful Articles For 2021

By |January 5th, 2022|

Another year has gone, and another begins! Happy new year everyone :) For this wrap-up, we have selected our most helpful and popular blog posts of 2021. Your one stop shop for living a pain-free life! Hopefully, you find some value and tactics to help you. Click the article titles to read each article. Don't forget to let us know what your favorite article was of 2020 in the comment section below! We would love to hear from you. Motion Is Lotion: Why Moving Your Body Is So Important Hi, everyone, Dr. James Porco here at Back in Motion in Fort Myers. I want to take some time to share [...]

6 05, 2021

How Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Can Change Your Life

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Pelvic Floor problems can embarrass even the boldest of people. Pelvic pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, pain with intercourse, and postpartum conditions are issues that many people avoid talking about. The lack of public discussion about these issues can lead to people feeling stuck – unsure of how to enjoy intimacy again and avoid accidents from bladder or bowel leakage. We understand this dilemma, which is why we treat patients with pelvic floor physical therapy: a revolutionary treatment that helps patients eliminate their pelvic floor problems for good. Pelvic floor physical therapy is one of the safest treatments for pelvic floor problems. Unlike pills and surgery, there are no harmful side effects [...]

7 05, 2020

32 Questions of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Answered Truthfully

By |May 7th, 2020|Tags: |

In this special report written to help “lift the lid on Pelvic Physical Therapy,” I share with you answers to 32 very common questions we hear every day concerning the Pelvic Physical Therapy. This special report is for health-conscious women and men, serious about their core and pelvic health. It is compiled from years of taking concerning questions from people who walk into our PT clinic in person, those who call in on the phone, and potential client emails. They all have one thing in common: They come from women and men who value their health enough to go out of their way to ASK exactly how Pelvic Physical Therapy can help [...]