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A bike accident caused vulvar pain. Ally recovered, check out her Success Story!

In Female Pelvic Pain, Pain, pelvic floor physical therapy, Pelvic Health by Kim BuonomoLeave a Comment

By Kim Buonomo, DPT, PHRC Lexington   Ally is a lovely 64 year old woman that I’ve been working with at PHRC Lexington since April 2019. During the course of her treatment, she read my previous success story and told me how it inspired her and that she believed she would find the same success some day. I’m so happy …

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Pelvic Pain Through the Lens of Curiosity: What Can You Learn?

In Female Pelvic Pain, Male Pelvic Pain, Pain, pelvic floor yoga and pilates, Pelvic Pain by Karah CharetteLeave a Comment

By Karah Charette, DPT, PHRC San Francisco & Berkeley Pain might be one of the most pesky forms of mindfulness. When you are in pain, it is usually all you can think about. It draws you into the present moment whether you want to be or not. In this moment, there also often comes the fear that you have no …

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Time to Talk About Healing, It’s a Process

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Earlier this month I had my wisdom teeth removed. Last thing I remember was talking about elephants in Thailand, and next thing I know I wake up looking like a chipmunk that got in a bar fight (and lost). After a few days, I couldn’t understand why I still felt bad. This was a “simple” procedure and all the pictures …

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Center for Disease Control Opioid Guidelines: notes from #IPPS2018

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By: Kim Buonomo, PT, DPT, PHRC Lexington   At the International Pelvic Pain Society’s annual meeting I had the great opportunity to listen to two presenters discuss the role of medications in managing pelvic pain. In this blog, I’ll be talking about Dr. Stephen Ziegler PhD, JD from Purdue University’s lecture regarding the opioid epidemic and ways that we can …