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Physical Therapy blog articles by EW Motion Therapy
Pelvic floor health is a topic that is often surrounded by myths and misconceptions.The A pelvic floor is a group of muscles that support the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus, and rectum. Weakness or dysfunction in these muscles can lead to various health issues, including incontinence, pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction. Pelvic floor physical therapy is often an excellent tool to retrain a dysfunctional pelvic floor - our pelvic specialists do this daily for our clients at EW Motion Therapy. Even if you decide to seek help elsewhere, you can still read on as we explore some common myths and misconceptions surrounding pelvic floor health and provide resources for those experiencing pelvic health problems.
E. Joseph Cossman, entrepreneur and author, once said: “The best bridge between despair and hope is a good night’s sleep.” Most of us take good sleep for granted until we can no longer seem to have it. You may try staying away from the screens for an hour before bedtime, taking a hot shower, meditation, or even taking melatonin to help your body and mind fall asleep. While these are all excellent bedtime habits to try, you may not know how the position in which you sleep can affect your sleep quality. Some positions are better to sleep in than others, and finding the most comfortable one for you can make all the difference. This article will discuss the dos and don’ts of sleeping positions and why sleep positioning can be so important. With these tips, you can hopefully find your way back to the deep REM sleep your body needs. Good quality sleep is a huge factor in overall health, which we tell each of our clients at EW Motion Therapy. While our services may not fit your needs, we still want to discuss the best positions to rest and find your way to dreamland.
Physical Therapy | Balance | Neurological Recovery
When a loved one has a stroke, a million questions go through your mind. Will they ever regain the skills they lost? What doctors will they need to see? And how can I provide the most support?