22 06, 2020

Urinary Incontinence – Why It’s Not “Normal” & How You Can Fix It

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“I just pee a little bit every time I sneeze, but that’s what happens when we get older!”  I’ve heard this phrase more times than I can count. Unfortunately, too many men and women consider urinary incontinence a normal part of life.  Let me be the first to tell you that no matter your age, urinary incontinence of any kind is NOT normal.  You should not need to go through the hassle of buying urinary incontinence pads. You should not leak during certain movements or  exercises. You should not have to suffer the embarrassment of not reaching a bathroom in time.  According to the National Association for Continence, approximately 25 million Americans [...]

7 05, 2020

32 Questions of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Answered Truthfully

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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 [...]

18 03, 2020

Weak Pelvic Floor Complications

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We've talked a lot about how a weak pelvic floor can cause us to leak urine when we sneeze or when we get the urge to go to the bathroom and can't quite make it. However, there are a lot of other complications that can arise from a weak pelvic floor, such as urinary frequency, difficulty with sport activities and even a pelvic organ prolapse. My name is Jenna Stasi. I'm a pelvic floor physical therapist here at Back In Motion Sport and Spine Physical Therapy. When we have a weak pelvic floor, it can lead to urinary frequency. Urinary frequency is defined as needed to go to the bathroom often, oftentimes, more [...]

13 01, 2020

What Are the Different Types of Urinary Incontinence?

By |January 13th, 2020|

You maybe have heard of incontinence, and if you haven’t we will talk about that, but did you know there are different types of urinary incontinence? Hi, my name is Dr. Jenna Stasi, a pelvic floor physical therapist here at back in motion sport and spine physical therapy. We defined urinary incontinence in last months blog post as “ANY involuntary loss of urine”. Meaning, any time that someone pees when they are not trying to. Today we are going to break down the different types of urinary incontinence and why they occur. The main types of urinary incontinence are Stress Incontinence Urge Incontinence Mixed Incontinence Functional Incontinence Stress Inctoninence Stress incontinence is [...]

18 12, 2019

How Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Can Help You

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Are you suffering from a range of personal conditions like pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, prolapsed bladder, pain during intercourse and postpartum troubles? Do you feel shy talking about these issues, but need to get these sorted soon? We feel you. In this article, we will describe everything that you ever need to know about pelvic floor physical therapy. We will also discuss how you can get lasting relief without surgery and any medication. Let’s get started. What is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? Pelvic floor physical therapy is a newly introduced treatment that aims to solve most of your personal problems like: • Urinary stress incontinence • Fecal incontinence • Sexual [...]