I’m freaking out…
But is it too soon?
Is more information about prolapse a good or a bad thing?
What do you think?
Do you look for a provider who’s evidence informed or is it an assumption they already are?
If you’re a provider, how much time do you take to update yourself on the evidence?
Are you #uptodate or #outofdate ?
The worst I’ve ever seen…
Who is that actually helping?
Let’s talk more about the words that providers use…
Is there a “right way” to run?
What if changing how we run to “fix” something results in new pelvic floor issues like leakage or return of pressure from prolapse that had disappeared a long time ago?
Do we quit?
Dive down the rabbit hole of something new
Should we stop trying to have “perfect form”?
Does it matter?
What do YOU think?
It sounded like an alien invasion…
Your bladder, uterus or rectum descending outside a woman’s body…
I was 23.
It was a horrifying image
2 C-sections & I’m experiencing the alien exit…that supposedly only happened with vaginal delivery.
How did you first find out about pelvic organ prolapse?
It’s not sexy…
It’s not even that special.
The 1 thing that I’m most proud of in my postpartum journey & as a provider I make sure my clients have this…
It’s the 1 thing that everything is built on…
It’s not strength
It’s not drills
It’s not even an amazing PT.
What do you think it is?
Pee gushing into your sock as you frantically chase your 2 year old across the playground…
With your newborn strapped to your chest & your pooch in hot pursuit?
I share one of my most embarrassing pelvic floor moments…yep…I have them too!
Time to dish… we’ve all been there!
Every day is different.
Your family is secretly plotting against your plans.
Here’s my summer survival guide to stick to your self care/PT homework without the guilt trip!
What’s on your survival list?