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Male Pelvic Pain: It’s Not Always the Prostate

Men’s Health Week, which spans June 12–16, encourages men and boys to take action and prioritize their health. In honor of this week, we would like to share Jake’s story.

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  • a mother's story of pregnancy, prolapse and purpose

A Mother’s Story of Pregnancy, Prolapse and Purpose

This Mother’s Day is an important milestone for me as a mom. My oldest daughter, Midori, will graduate from college two days before Mother’s Day.

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Incontinence Is Not a Normal Part of Aging!

Author: Denise Amsrud PT, DPT “Sure I have some problems with a little urine leakage, but I have had two kids, so this is normal.” “Doesn’t everyone have issues with incontinence as they get older?” “I have issues with my prostate so this is a normal part of aging.”

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Pediatric Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Author: Juliana Remer PT, DPT N2 Physical Therapy Denver location Potty training is often a challenging time for parents and kids. Most kids during this period will experience wetting or soiling episodes during the years of potty training.

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  • The Dos and Don't of Exercise During Pregnancy

The Dos and Don’ts of Exercise During Pregnancy

There is a plethora of information (and often mis-information) when it comes to what is considered safe exercise during pregnancy. Frequently, women do themselves a disservice by avoiding exercise altogether out of fear of doing harm.

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