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First off, what in the Harriet’s Hornets is the Pelvic Floor? Well Ms., you came to the right place!   The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that lie like a hammock from your pubic bone to your tailbone. They function to: keep you from peeing and pooping your pants, help you enjoy intercourse, […]


September 17, 2019

Knowing Your Pelvic Floor

  Holy torpedo you guys! What is it about sending a child to school for the first time that turns your household into a whirlwind of total chaos! This past week we sent our oldest off to Kindergarten and started our youngest in pre-school.   I have had several mom fails and we are only […]


Surviving Motherhood

September 8, 2019

Did you happen to read the book “Girl, Wash Your Face” by Rachel Hollis? Such a great book wasn’t it?! As a pelvic floor physical therapist, you know what struck me…when she told the story about jumping on the trampoline with her boys and peed her pants! You guys…even Rachel Hollis struggles with postpartum incontinence! […]


September 1, 2019

Help! I continue to have leaking!

Ever wonder why some days you have so much energy and you are ready to grab the world by the tail and wrestle it to the ground? While other days you feel like you just want to curl up on the couch with a hot cup of tea and a good book. What if I […]


Your Period and Productivity

August 19, 2019

This is a LOADED question and I am almost hesitant to go into the unknown darkness. I will also preface this post by letting you know that I do not have a Nutrition degree just a high magnitude on the geek Richter scale. With some nutrition education in undergrad, multiple books and research articles under […]


July 24, 2019

What is the Best Diet?

It has been almost six years following the birth of my first child and you would think this mom guilt would start to fade into the distance. Boy I wish it would! The struggle is real ya’ll (I am by no means Texan but I felt it fit real nice there so I am rolling […]


To Work…Or Not To Work

July 22, 2019

Today we talk about Diastasis Recti (DR), in English, separation of the abdominal muscles. Some of you may recognize pro runner, Stephanie Bruce. Stephanie has been open about her struggle postpartum. She suffered from a Grade 4 episiotomy (a tear all the way through the anal sphincter to the rectum, not pleasant), incontinence (from both […]


July 21, 2019

Diastasis Recti

What if I offered you a new treatment that would protect you against aging, chronic diseases, cancer, and dementia. You would ward off your kids’ colds or superbugs. What if this new treatment would make you feel more alive and attractive. Help you lose weight and lower cravings for sugary treats. You would feel more […]


The Miracle Drug

July 20, 2019