Psychological Elements of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Our pelvic bowl or pelvic space is the storage house of all of our unprocessed emotion, trauma events, and things that have happened to us. Things like birth trauma, sexual trauma, sexual repression, even past surgeries or fears, can really start to come up and hold tension in our body, which results in pain and discomfort.

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You’re More Than Your Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Occupational Therapists look at the whole person and how roles and routines impact lives. Few OT’s also work with pelvic floor dysfunction and how emotional and mental health also impacts physical health. Kyrsten shares her professional journey to becoming an Occupational Therapist specializing in pelvic floor therapy, and how it all stemmed from her personal experience.

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Dr. Erika Grace

Dr. Erika Grace PT & Pelvic Health Dr. Erika Grace graduated from Duke University School of Medicine with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and completed sub-specialty clinical training in pelvic

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Dr. Lindsay Moses

Dr. Lindsay Moses PT & Pelvic Health Dr. Moses is the Clinic Director of Grace Physical Therapy & Pelvic Health’s Raleigh location. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from

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Why To Love Your Period

Our cycles can tell so much about our overall health and wellbeing, and very few of us are taught to actually read these signs as biomarkers for our health. It is time that we start understanding what our bodies are telling us so we can better understand our overall health, wellness, and fertility!

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Holly Durney

Dr. Holly Durney PT, OCS Dr. Durney is an APTA Orthopedic Certified Specialist and has pelvic floor rehabilitation training from the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Her pelvic health training

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