Author: Terri Nishimoto PT, CLT,PRPC November is Bladder Awareness Month, we have already talked about incontinence and aging, but this month we will talk about a type of incontinence that strikes younger people. What is giggle incontinence? Giggle incontinence is defined as an involuntary release of urine that is not associated with
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it is also National Physical Therapy Month, so it seems fitting that this month’s blog is about both! Breast Cancer Awareness One in eight women and one in one thousand men will be diagnosed with breast cancer over the course of a lifetime.1 Survivorship is on the rise
A newborn baby will nurse every 2-3 hours during the day and sometimes through the night. It is a wonderful bonding experience, and the benefits to the baby are well researched and understood. The hours and hours of holding baby and trying different feeding positions can lead to aches and pains in the back,
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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.
Physical therapy gets a grade A for treating painful bladder syndrome.
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.
Bicycle Seat Neuropathy and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Author: Terri Nishimoto PT, CLT Cycling is one of the most popular activities in Colorado. From novice to competitive, Colorado has cycling trails and rides for everyone. Can too much time in the saddle have an effect in the bathroom and the bedroom?
Our own Amanda Gotschall PT,DPT who works at our Louisville office had the amazing opportunity to travel to Haiti to provide much needed medical services there. Here is a blog about her experience: Haiti is one of the most underserved areas in the world. Most Haitians have little, to no access to health care and
Learn some tips to protect your hips and back during pregnancy!