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Month: March 2014

Core Rehab is More Than Numbers

It is so easy to focus on measurements…objective numbers. We are even trained this way in PT (physical therapy) school. Measurable, quantifiable changes. You have to measure it to compare changes, right? We focus on numbers in other areas too. How much we weigh…What size we wear…How tall we are…How many inches we have gained…
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Irritable Uterus Healed

Many of the clients we see are often surprised that their seemingly unrelated, mysterious symptoms can be related to a weakened core. This can especially be the case in pregnancy. Irritable Uterus is an uncommon symptom where the uterus contracts in a disorganized way. It does not in any way lead to labor but can…
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Stronger Core, Stronger Life

What it Means to Have a Strong Core After years in physical therapy, I am still surprised how often people do not make fixing their ‘tummy’ a priority. When you really consider the core and its function, it is shocking that the pursuit of a stronger core is seen as vanity. Perhaps it is because…
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Intimacy and Diastasis Recti

Let’s be clear, I am not a specialist in the area of intimacy. Nor do I feel like I am a pelvic floor specialist (although it is very intimately connected to the core so I have learned quite a bit through the years of specializing in core rehabilitation). The bottom line is…sex is important! Intimacy…
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