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If you’re reading this, chances are you’re vaguely – or incredibly -interested in what happens in a pelvic floor physical therapy session. I know I sure was when I scheduled my first session way back in July 2013. 1,598 more words
Last week, I attended the workshop The End of the Spectrum: Towards an Archaeology of Marginality at UCL London, organized by my lovely colleague Elisa Perego… 613 more words
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with a pelvic floor physiotherapist about her career and training. In medical school we learn about common genital concerns and perform gynecological, prostate, and testicular exams but never learned about this treatment option. 545 more words
For a number of reasons, it’s been a hard year. Fitness wise, the challenges have kept coming.
In pregnancy I suffered with low blood-pressure, the baby was measuring small and I had too many dizzy spells, which forced me to leave behind my beloved Crossfit. 174 more words