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Trying a Natural or In-Home Childbirth? Consider Using T.E.N.S. For Natural Pain Relief During Labor

What do the women of the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and Canada know about reducing labor pain that we do not? What if you were told that there was a drug-free way to control pain in labor that is widely used in the above countries but virtually unheard of in the United States?

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Fall Health Tips: 10 Tips for Preventing Urinary Tract Infections (UTI’s)

Many of us are familiar with the severe pain of a urinary tract infection (UTI). As the season changes into fall, the team here at Renew Physical Therapy would like to share a few tips for preventing UTI’s.

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Post Partum Perineal Re-Education at Renew Physical Therapy – The Secret To Feeling Great After Your Baby is Born

What do the French know about getting their bodies back after birth that Americans do not? It’s probably not what you think.

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Eye on Pelvic Pain – 2 Quick Core Ab Exercises to Relieve Low Back Pain

Renew PT’s Eye on Pelvic Pain Series focuses in this post on easy ways to increase the strength of your abdominals, in order to take the load off your lower back. These quick abdominal core exercises can be done daily and your abs will look fabulous, and balancing out pressure on your low back and pelvic floor.

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Vaginal Steams For Your Lady Parts – with contributions from Isa Herrera, MSPT, CSCS

Isa Herrera, MSPT, CSCS and certified Arvigo Maya Massage practitioner gets interviewed in this recent Martha Stewart Whole Living article. Read more to find out how this ancient practice can be a restorative treatment for your pelvic floor.

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10 Minute Winter Shape-Up Workout

Busy mom? Busy executive? Too tired to work out? These 5 Simple Exercises Will Target All of Your Major Muscles – in 10 Minutes!

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Pelvic Floor Myofascial Trigger Points: Manual Therapy for Interstitial Cystitis and Urgency-Frequency Syndrome

Renew PT Research Review: Trigger points are tender spots within muscle that are caused by acute or repetitive overloading of the muscle. These knot-like spots are often felt in the neck or upper back and cause a burning or stabbing pain. Many people do not realize that the muscles of the pelvic floor are also susceptible to trigger points.

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