Let’s talk about an aspect of care that is frequently overlooked in pelvic health: “Prehabilitation”, or “prehab”. Defined as a “process of improving functional capability of a patient PRIOR to a surgical procedure so that the patient can withstand postoperative inactivity and possible associate decline.” (The American College of Surgeons). Prehabilitation can: Help you get … Continue reading Prehab: Preparing for Surgery & After
Should I kegel? Should I not kegel? How do I kegel? I was told to kegel all of the time!! I was told to NEVER kegel because I have tightness. These are some of the statements that I frequently hear from new clients and patients seeking help (and clarification!) for incontinence, prolapse, urge and frequency, … Continue reading To Kegel or Not to Kegel?