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“When is it safe to return to running after having my baby?” is one of the most frequent questions we hear from our postpartum patients. According to a recent guideline for postnatal return to running (Goom et al 2019), low impact exercise is recommended within the fir...

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. Do you know that one in ten women are affected by endometriosis? Endometriosis is a debilitating condition that is characterized by abnormal growth of uterine tissue outside of the uterus that is affected by hormonal changes each...

The first question we often get when someone is seeking physical therapy is "do you take my insurance?" The answer is yes, but we do not have a contract with the insurance company that forces us to agree to accept what they think the service is worth. We are considered...

My story is similar to what so many individuals encounter. Chronic pain is poorly understood by many medical professionals, other than masking it with medication, surgery and invasive procedures that contribute further to pain. I had to discover my healing potential ov...

Diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA) is a separation of the rectus abdominis muscles along the linea alba, the vertical ligament dividing the rectus muscles. It is typically measured in finger widths and more recently, inter recti distance (IRD). DRA is one of the signs of...

Do  you have trouble engaging the mid section of your body known as the core? Do you feel exercise is not helping or you are not sure where to start? Having a healthy core is achievable for anyone who is willing to learn and make a few lifestyle changes. There are 3 th...

If there is one thing that is overlooked when it comes to pain and dysfunction in the pelvis, it is adhesions. In addition to causing pain, adhesions disrupt core function and act as a strait jacket around muscles and nerves of the abdominal and lumbopelvic region. Adh...

April is C-section Awareness Month.  

  • Do you have discomfort at your c-section scar?

  • Do you feel disconnected to your core since your c-section?

  • Have you noticed a change in bowel or bladder habits since your c-section?

  • Have you had difficulty pe...

It is estimated that 80% of individuals in the western world will experience back pain at some point. Back pain is preventable and according to a recent article in the New York Times, exercise is the key component for a healthy back. Exercise alone or in combination wi...

There is so much talk about breathing even though breathing is automatic. Right now you are breathing and not even thinking about it. Breathing comes automatically from lower, primitive centers in the brain stem. However, mindful breathing requires use of the...

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