Stress & Pelvic Pain

Stress and its Relation to Pelvic Pain. -By Sami Ashenbrener, DPT, PCES; Partner at CPR One fact of life is that stress is a universal aspect of living. Although many of us learn successful coping skills over the course of a lifetime, stress may lead to processes within our body which are unseen but may have physical effects and addition to emotional symptoms. From a physical therapy standpoint, mental stress, anxiety, and depression can be a major piece of the puzzle when addressing pain, thu...
Posted on 2023-11-08

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy and How it Can Help You.. Abigail Taylor, BS, PTA, Women’s Health specialist, employee of CPR Physical Therapy is a well known practice that is often utilized as the first defense for non-invasive rehabilitation. Often, traditional physical therapy focuses on the loss of function or pain of the larger extremities such as the shoulder or knee. What is commonly missed when seeking physical therapy is dysfunction related to the pelvis as it can either feel unc...
Posted on 2023-05-02

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