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Hypopressives-empowering women to take control of incontinence & prolapse

When a woman has pelvic floor dysfunction she often begins to limit the activities that contribute to her symptoms. Women with incontinence often stop exercising and may limit their social engagements. Let’s face it, leaking when you laugh, cough, run and exercise is not exactly enjoyable. Women with prolapse are often told to put their […]

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Aging and The Pelvic Floor

By the age of 40, one would think we would know all there is to know about our ‘private parts’. It would seem, however, that most men and women are not only unfamiliar with their pelvic floor (the area of our bodies that contains these private parts), but also the important role it plays on […]

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