It’s a Squatty Potty (And it’s for real:)

Hemorrhoids?           Difficulty Pooping?                    Constipation? Bowel movements difficult after pregnancy?   Our body is meant to squat to poop! Our toilets are not designed for this.   Using a squatty potty places your body in an optimum posture. Straining can cause pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic floor weakness, diastasis recti, and hernias.   You have a […]

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What’s Common but not Normal?

Leaking When You Cough or Sneeze? Common but NOT normal. Although many people shrug this off as a sign of getting older or having babies, this something that can be addressed with the right physical therapy and medical management. Leaking when you cough or sneeze is typically a sign of pelvic floor dysfunction. It can […]

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