• Chiropractic Care and your pelvic floor
    Incontinence

    Chiropractic Care And Your Pelvic Floor

    Chiropractic care is something that many people hear about. But all too often, the idea gets pushed to the side for more conventional forms of medicine that don’t always work and leave us feeling defeated. Here today to discuss how chiropractic care can help with your pelvic floor is our friend and Chiropractor, Dr. Brent Wells. With more than 20 years of experience and raving reviews from thousands of patients, he founded Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab. He offers his clients long-lasting relief through chiropractic care, physical rehab therapy, and massage therapy. Take it away, Doc!  ______________ For women, the pelvic floor can go through serious trauma during childbirth.…

  • PelvicSense
    Incontinence

    PelvicSense To The Rescue

    PelvicSense, huh? All these gadget’s and gizmo’s and apps and programs. Who can even keep up? But, what if we found you the perfect training course that helps specifically for your pelvic pain? One that you can do from the comfort of your own home, on your schedule and at a pace that works for you and your bladder? Well, here we are, saying just that! Our dear friend Evelyn, who is a Pelvic Physical Therapist, created a course that is not only easy to follow but that actually works. She was even so kind to talk to you about it herself, so you really know you’re in good hands. …

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    Incontinence

    Pelvic Floor 101: Everything You Need To Know

    Here’s the deal: the pelvic floor is actually one of the body parts that holds us all together. And by us, I mean just some of the most essential parts of our anatomy. Let’s have a little flashback anatomy class session. Here’s the rundown on how it works and what happens when it acts up. So, What Is The Pelvic Floor? The floor of the pelvis includes layers of muscles and many other tissues. This floor reaches from the tailbone in the back of the body to our pubic bone. A woman’s pelvic floor carries the bladder, uterus, and colon. So it’s easy to say that these muscles have their…