Tag: women’s health

Posture and Neck Pain

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  Caring for your newborn shouldn’t be a pain in the neck. There’s nothing quite like holding your newborn in your arms. During those first months...

How Genetics Impact Your Pregnancy

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Pregnancy is a natural process that the human body is exquisitely designed to perform. But sometimes abnormalities are discovered that may require a maternal-fetal...

Get to Know Your Pelvic Floor

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What is the Pelvic Floor? The pelvic floor is a set of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissue in the lowest part of the pelvis that...

COVID-19 and Mammograms: What you need to know

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Some women who receive the COVID-19 vaccine develop swollen lymph nodes under the arm they received their vaccine injection. This is the normal immune...

Adventures in Aging: My First Colonoscopy

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As if this year hasn’t been crappy enough, I decided to get my first colonoscopy - seven years before the recommended screening age.  Why though?  My...

Surviving Breast Cancer During a Pandemic

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You have cancer. These are three words no one wants to hear. I heard them on Thursday, March 26, 2020, right before I was supposed to...

Period Pain? It Might Be Endometriosis

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Let’s learn about endometriosis, a disorder which affects 1 in 10 women (about 200 million women worldwide) according to the U.S. Department of Health...

What Do You Do if You Don’t Like Working Out? 

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Not everyone enjoys working out. And there's a lot of reasons this could be. But moving is really important for our health...not just to...

Is it Perimenopause or Am I Going Crazy?!

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  Perimenopause is the time during which a woman’s body transitions to menopause. Women experiencing perimenopause, or “around menopause,” often show one or more related...

Physical Therapy for Postpartum Urinary Incontinence

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lilUrinary incontinence. Bladder leakage. No matter what you call it, it is associated with the not so pleasant involuntary loss of urine, generally associated...