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Healing Pelvic Floors From Coast To Coast

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Real Talk FAQs

What Should I Wear?

Wear clothing that you can move in. Shorts and tank tops make it easiest for your therapist to see pertinent body parts and muscles.

Where Do I Need To Be?

Choose a room that is well-lit and has enough space for you to fully stretch out on the floor.

What Equipment Will I Need, If Any?

For your first session, you may not need anything at all, but showing your therapist what you have (yoga mat, weights, bands, foam rollers, etc) will help them build your custom program.

Can My Children Be With Me?

Yes! Sometimes we can use your child as a weight or to practice safe lifting and carrying strategies. But, we also encourage you to give your body the full kid-free attention it deserves, if you’re able.

Can I Do Virtual And In-Person Therapy?

Yes, the combination actually allows for the most holistic approach to your care. We can, say, modify your home office virtually while doing manual therapy in-person. Rest assured, sessions over Zoom are HIPAA compliant.

How Do You Do A Pelvic Floor Exam Virtually?

You will never be asked to show your vagina on Zoom. Expect a lot of discussion to determine potential issues. In some cases, your therapist can verbally guide a self-examination of the pelvic floor. You determine your level of comfort and we move from there.

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