Pelvic organ prolapse is a dropping of any of the pelvic organs (uterus, bladder, or rectum) down into vaginal canal or through the vaginal opening. You can have prolapse of one or multiple pelvic organs at a time.
There are multiple treatment options available if you are experiencing pelvic organ prolapse
I want to talk to you today about something that’s near and dear into my heart--- exercise and moving.
I have frequent conversations with clients that start out with sentences like, “I’m afraid to move. I’m think I’m going to hurt myself. I don’t know how to move safely. I am scared that am I going to make my condition worse.” It breaks my heart to hear that people are scared to move because movement is life and it can help so many things.
At Legacy Physical Therapy we specialize in treating pelvic health issues. Some of the common pelvic health issues we see fall into the following the 3 categories: peeing, pain, or pressure in the pelvic area.
Here are some examples to showcase how important pelvic health is to your overall health and why.
We want to give new moms some tips on how to lift, carry, and hold their babies and toddlers with good form. Incorrect lifting is one of the key issues that we see at Legacy Physical Therapy. We hear new moms commonly complain about having back or shoulder pain from all of the additional lifting and carrying they are doing now that they have a baby. Improper lifting can be a cause of these types of aches and pains.
It is three days into January, have you made your New Years Resolutions for 2018?
If not, that is okay because I want to share with you something a little different today. [...]
This holiday season we hope that you will help us give the gift of pelvic health. All too often at Legacy Physical Therapy we hear our patients say things like… [...]
November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month. Earlier in the month we shared Ashley’s story about bladder leakage and her return to #LifeWithoutLeaks. Today, we are sharing our top 10 tips for healthy bladder. [...]
"We help women who are tired of leaking, dealing with pelvic pain, and wanting to get their body back in shape after baby (even if it’s been 30 years) all without relying on medications or surgery."