We Can Help With Pelvic Floor Problems
“Brenda, I did not know you could help me with that, I would have come in sooner”. Yes, just call us and we will try and get you in this week. “I’ve had this pain in my butt for several months. Can you help me with that?” Yes, pelvic floor tightness often feels like butt […]
Carolyn’s Story About Physical Therapy and Monarch YOU Classes
Meet Carolyn. She came to Monarch because of a bladder issue and saw Amber, one of our therapists. Carolyn quickly began experiencing relief, but she kept wanting more results. Amber told her that she should attend one of the exercise classes that Monarch offers, but Carolyn wasn’t sure about it at first. But as time […]
Gotta Go, Gotta Go Right Now!
Many of us have found ourselves racing to the restroom just in the nick of time. Some of us don’t always quite make it. There are terms for this if it is problematic and there are a few things you can implement in your daily routine that might help you have a better time with […]
Pelvic Floor…. How Do You Feel When You Hear These Words?
Embarrasment? Why are people talking about this on facebook, or better yet, why are they talking about it at HEB in the produce asile??? Shame? Knowing there are issues and hearing these words just makes you turn red and get all clammy?? My favorite is “what the heck does physical therapy have to do with […]
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: 7 Common Myths Busted!
I don’t know if any of you have watched the nerdy science show that takes a theory, and uses science to prove if it is correct or incorrect. Myth or Truth, that is the question! Well, in a much simpler way, we are going to shatter some common myths about the pelvic floor. But first, […]
What Does Physical Therapy Have to Do With the Pelvic Floor/Pain/Leaking When I Sneeze?
This is a big issue, it affects a lot of men and women, but most don’t want to talk about it even with their spouse, or their MD. Problems with urinary leakage, or incontinence, seems like something a 90 year old nursing home resident would have to deal with , not a healthy 30, 40, or […]