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Understanding Kegels & the Pelvic Floor


The Do's and Don'ts of Urge Control

March 20, 2017 | Mary South, MD, MHA

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Education is key in caring for our bodies. Sometimes what we think is the best thing to do for our bodies is really the worst thing we could do…a small amount of reliable information can go a long way.

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Sex and Your Pelvic Floor

January 27, 2017 | Mary South, MD, MHA

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As Valentine’s Day approaches, we may find ourselves or our partners in a more amorous mood. Quite frankly, sexual intercourse or being intimate is a very important way for a couple to connect and to feel close. However, some women …


What is the Pelvic Floor?

December 19, 2016 | Mary South, MD, MHA

We talk a lot about “the pelvic floor” but what is “the pelvic floor” exactly? When we refer to the pelvic floor, we are specifically referring to three pairs of muscles, called the levator ani muscles. These muscles attach to …


Prolapse and Sex: Yes You Can

December 12, 2016 | Mary South, MD, MHA

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I don’t want to brush aside the feelings of vulnerability or embarrassment women with prolapse might have while undressing during intimate moments. Certainly, prolapse has an impact on body image and may make a woman feel less sexy or less …


Getting Organized

May 24, 2016 | Dr. Ray Bologna

The Recipe for Success: how to manage and track your pelvic floor plan to maximize progress

Once you’ve decided to regain control over your bladder, it’s time to put a plan in place to help you stay committed to the …


Bladder Solutions: Pelvic Floor Therapy

April 17, 2016 | Dr. Ray Bologna

Dr. Ray Bologna explains what pelvic floor therapy involves and how working with a physical therapist can greatly improve results and maximize the effectiveness of non-surgical options.

Take charge of your pelvic floor health and find support from the Sisterhood!…


How to Kegel

November 1, 2015 | Dr. Ray Bologna

Pelvic Floor Exercises: Experience the Power of the Secret Squeeze

The pelvic floor is a hammock of muscles that supports a woman’s pelvic organs: the bladder, uterus, vagina, and rectum. The most prevalent types of urinary incontinence are directly linked …