Hello + welcome to this tiny space on the internet! I created this blog (+ changed the name twice since) 14 years ago as a creative outlet from my career in the emergency room as a PA. After spending the past 7 (or so) years on social media outlets, I have decided to delete all of the ones associated with this blog and get back to the heart of blogging.
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Have you ever heard of a pelvic floor physical therapist? If not, this episode is for you. As women, we’re often told that peeing your pants and having painful sex during pregnancy or after birth is normal. While it may be common, it doesn’t have to be your new normal. Over the years, I’ve become so passionate about helping women understand how crucial pelvic PTs are, especially during pregnancy and postpartum. Our guest today, Sara Reardon, is an expert on this topic.
Sara Reardon is a doctor of physical therapy graduating from Washington University in St Louis and board-certified women’s health physical therapist. Sara specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor disorders, including pelvic pain, bowel and bladder dysfunction, painful sex, and pregnancy and postpartum recovery. She is the owner of NOLA Pelvic Health, a pelvic health physical therapy clinic in New Orleans, La. and founder of The Vagina Whisperer, an online resource for pelvic health education to support, empower and educate women worldwide. She is a mom to two boys, wife, Saints fan and wanna-be yogi.
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