Ask a pelvic floor physical therapist anything

Last month I had the honor of being interviewed by Hillary Frank, host of the parenting podcast, The Longest Shortest Time. We did the interview as a Google Hangout and it was part of her Sex and Parenthood series. Hillary invited her listeners to submit questions about their postpartum experience that had impacted their pelvic floor function. Plus, it was all related to how their sex lives were affected and what they could to make it better. Everything was fair game. We started with Hillary...

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...