Pelvic Zen

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Welcome to Pelvic Zen, a show designed to promote pelvic floor wellness in men and women. My name is Caitlin McCurdy-Robinson, and I will be the host of the show. I am a Physical Therapist at Sullivan Physical Therapy in Austin, TX. Our clinic specializes in women’s and men’s health conditions related to the pelvic floor. Examples of pelvic floor dysfunctions include: urinary and fecal incontinence, prolapse, constipation, chronic pelvic pain, sexual pain and other sexual related issues, and prenatal/postpartum pain. While all of these conditions are common, many people suffer in silence because they do not realize treatments are available or because they are embarrassed to discuss their symptoms with a healthcare professional. Whether you are experiencing symptoms and don't know what to do next or you are already seeking treatment for your symptoms, this show aims to provide information and resources that will be helpful to you in your recovery process. ************************************************************************************************************************ This show will air once a month. Please regularly check the show's homepage for upcoming shows. ************************************************************************************************************************ General Disclaimer: This show covers a wide range of issues and is intended for general educational purposes only. The information presented should not be used to diagnose any illness or health condition. Pelvic Zen recommends consulting with your healthcare practitioner before pursuing treatments discussed on this show. Appearance of comments, advertisements, hyperlinks of statements made by web-users on this site do not necessarily reflect the views of Pelvic Zen. Hosts and guests speakers of Pelvic Zen assume no responsibility for advertisement, nor accept or endorse products or agencies that advertise on this site.

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DeLora Frederickson, a yoga instructor and yoga therapist, will be joining me today to talk about Yoga Practice during and after pregnancy. We will be discussing how to search for yoga instructor, types of yoga that are safe during... more

Kim Love, the Founder of LoveLife Program, will be discussing the benefits of an individualized nutrition program. She will discuss which foods can affect inflammation and pain and how to modify diet to improve health. All images... more

Today's show will feature Soula Mantalvanos, an artist, designer, and advocate for those with chronic pelvic pain. Soula is to be a guest on the show to discuss the patient perspective of receiving a diagnosis and treatment for... more

Today's show will feature, Dr. Parviz K. Kavoussi, a Reproductive Urologist, from Austin Center for Men's Health in Austin, Texas. Dr. Kavoussi and I will be discussing vasectomies. Our discussion will focus on reasons warranting a... more

Today's Pelvic Zen episode features guest speaker Dr. Miranda Hardee, a Urologist at The Urology Team in Austin, Texas. Dr. Hardee and I will be discussing chronic prostatitis. Dr. Hardee will be discussing common... more

I am excited to announce this month's guest speaker is Allison Reyna, Nutritionist, Co-Founder, and President of Cheer Up Buttercups in Austin, Texas. Allison and I will be discussing nutrition tips for bowel disorders such a constipation... more

Today's episode with discuss Fecal Incontinence. I will be addressing possible symptoms, causes, and physical therapy treatment.

Today's episode with discuss Coccydynia. I will be addressing possible causes, symptoms, and physical therapy treatment.

This show will provide you with website resources for bladder, bowel, and pelvic pain conditions. Patients frequently ask for reputable resources so I thought it would be helpful to create a show with a comprehensive list. This is not... more

Today's episode will discuss bowel health. I will be discussing what is considered normal bowel movements, proper toilet positioning, and other tips on how to maintain good bowel health.
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