What is pelvic floor physical therapy? via ISSM

Pelvic floor physical therapy involves the pelvic floor muscle group, which is responsible for a variety of functions. These muscles support the pelvic organs, assist in bowel and bladder control, and contribute to sexual arousal and orgasm. A person may be referred to pelvic floor physical therapy to treat incontinence, difficulty with urination or bowel … Continue reading What is pelvic floor physical therapy? via ISSM

via Bustle.com – Vulvodynia, A Chronic Vaginal Pain Condition, Goes Undiagnosed In Women At Staggering Rates

By MARIELLA MOSTHOF Oct 7 Following in the footsteps of things like the recent endometriosis education movement, the National Vulvodynia Association (NVA) has launched its new Indivisible: Breaking the Silence campaign to raise awareness for the chronic pain condition vulvodynia, following Invisible Illness Awareness Week. In the whirling crapstorm of navigating reproductive health as a … Continue reading via Bustle.com – Vulvodynia, A Chronic Vaginal Pain Condition, Goes Undiagnosed In Women At Staggering Rates

VuVatech will be exhibiting at the APTA CSM in San Antonio, Feb 2017

VuVa is proud to announce we will be exhibiting at the Combined Sections Meeting in February 2017. We had a great time at the last APTA show in Nashville earlier this year. Our Magnetic Vaginal Dilators were so popular, we were asked to come back to the next expo! Stay tuned for more announcements! Learn … Continue reading VuVatech will be exhibiting at the APTA CSM in San Antonio, Feb 2017

Magnetic Vaginal Dilators vs Nonmagnetic Dilators – Why are the magnets important?

Vaginal Dilators  have been utilized in the plan of care for patients that suffer from pelvic pain conditions for decades. Unfortunately, this safe treatment with usually no side effects isn't the first option presented to women who suffer from painful sex. Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists (find one here: https://www.vuvatech.com/pages/pelvic-pt-locator) know the importance of using dilators for … Continue reading Magnetic Vaginal Dilators vs Nonmagnetic Dilators – Why are the magnets important?