Written by Michele Forsberg PT, MS
Countless times while working with my pelvic dysfunction patients, I have witnessed that while releasing their fascial restrictions vaginally, the patient’s jaw will be moving ever so slightly from side to side, presumably shifting to find it’s new home and mirror it’s counterpart. Of course, I point out what I see so that my client has a better awareness of how the pelvis and jaw are intimately related. To me, this isn’t strange to see as I am keenly aware of the mechanical connection between the two. Most people though, are a bit surprised by the fact that these opposite-ended body parts have any relation at all...
Written by Michele Forsberg PT, MS
One topic that has continued to fascinate me, and an area that I often work on with my patients, is the relationship between the gut and the pelvic floor. In very simple terms, your gut health and pelvic health are intimately connected and if you’re paying attention to one, it’s important and supportive to look at the other. ..
Written by Michele Forsberg PT, MS
I remember when I was 13 years old, I was fascinated with the idea of menstruation. I could not wait to start my period. I had just graduated 8th grade and it was the hot the topic of all our sleepovers. I had so many questions; what would it feel like, would I bleed through my clothes, what if happened when I wasn't prepared? By this time all of my friends had started theirs. As nervous and worried as I was; I still desperately...
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