VuVatech has put together a list of the top ten pelvic pain blogs we enjoy reading as well as many others.
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Here is the list of our favorites:
1. As The Pelvis Turns
Spreading the Word about Pelvic Floor Health
At PHRC we are committed to educating the medical community and the public about pelvic health. Toward that end, Liz and Stephanie are frequent speakers on the topic of pelvic floor physical therapy at different events around the globe.
In addition, for her part, Stephanie has taken on leadership roles within three important pelvic pain non-profit organizations. One of these organizations is the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS). The IPPS is a non-profit organization established in 1995 whose members are committed to a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of pelvic pain. Members include gynecologists, urologists, physical therapists, psychologists and other health professionals.
We are a team of multi-disciplinary professionals and a woman with Chronic Pelvic Pain who came together to create a video guide for females who are experiencing ongoing genital and sexual pain. Our team represents over 50 years of experience in women’s health related fields including OB/GYN, Physical Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques and Human Sexuality.
To begin, I am a licensed physical therapist, as well as an expert in integrative pelvic floor therapies in the field of women’s health. I developed my expertise in diagnosing and treating pelvic pain by helping over ten thousand women at my NYC-based healing center Renew Physical Therapy since 2005. At my healing center, I pioneered the use of integrative modalities like Maya Abdominal Massage, Low Level Laser Therapy, Reiki, Sound Healing, and Andean Energy Techniques with traditional evidence-based physical therapy in ways that had never been done. It has since become very mainstream to talk about integrative approaches, and I am proud to say I have been there in those trenches long before it was a hot topic. – Isa Herrera
4. Bridge for Pelvic Pain
Bridge for Pelvic Pain is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit based in Colorado Springs, CO, U.S. We focus on helping chronic pelvic,genital and sexual pain patients world-wide.
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5. The Pelvic Guru
Who Pelvic Guru is for:
- People with pelvic health concerns looking for strategies to solve them
- Health professionals looking for reliable pelvic health information that doesn’t just talk about what the research says—Pelvic Guru provides the time-saving resources for you
- People and professionals looking for a fun, safe space, and enjoy being part of an education-centered community
- You are looking for hope and solutions
- The curious. You’ve heard about the latest fads in pelvic health, but they just don’t seem like a good idea. Trust your gut – and your pelvis! We investigate all the fads
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