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26 Apr

It’s time to OWN your postpartum recovery

Having a baby often brings an awareness to your own body that most women do not anticipate. And how could it? Between getting a positive pregnancy test and infrequent visits to the ob or midwife,...

Urogynecology and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in NJ

In my physical therapy practice, many women call seeking non-surgical solutions to pelvic organ prolapse, stress and urge incontinence which is leakage from the bladder and/or bowel dysfunctions and vaginal pain/sexual dysfunction.  In the past 10 years, a new subspecialty of physicians have embraced these specific pelvic floor problems and offer both non-surgical and surgical management.  These physicians are trained as ob-gyns and then study the urologic system specific to women.  Hence, the name, urogynecologist. In my professional development as a pelvic floor physical therapy...

Proud to be certified by Herman&Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute

Revisiting the bio I wrote for the Herman & Wallace blog that featured me as a newly certified Pelvic Rehab Practitioner. This was after 10 years of coursework and practice of pelvic floor therapy, in addition to my experience as an orthopedic and osteopathic based manual physical therapist. I was part of the inaugural group of pelvic floor therapists to take the exam and receive certification. Debra Goldman - Featured Certified Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Oct 20, 2014 In our weekly feature section, Pelvic Rehab Report is...