With 2012 coming to a close, we thought it would be a great opportunity to take a step back and showcase the top five blogs of the year. We thought it might give all those interested in pelvic pain a sense of what topics folks want information about. And for our new readers, our hope is it will give you an opportunity to check out older blogs that you might have missed.
#5 Why Kegels are Bad for your Tight Pelvic Floor
Liz fully explains when kegels are and are not appropriate, including what is appropriate in situations when the pelvic floor muscles are both weak and tight.
Stephanie gives an overall explanation of trigger points as well as information about the part they play in pelvic pain syndromes and how they are diagnosed and treated.
Liz and Stephanie give a play-by-play of what a “typical good pelvic floor PT session” is like in response to a reader question.
Marcy tells of the major role constipation plays in pelvic pain.
Liz gives the lowdown on biofeedback and E-stim answering the question of “ When are they appropriate for pelvic floor PT and when are they not?”
We hope you’ve enjoyed this roundup of the Top 5 Blog Post of 2012! As a new year of blogging approaches, we ask that you please share with us any topics you would like us to cover in the coming year! We look forward to hearing from you!
All our very best,
Liz and Steph