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Incontinence, Prolapse and Pelvic Floor PT with Julie Spencer, PT

If you have a pelvic floor, you should have an evaluation with a pelvic floor physical therapist. They are a unique subset of physical therapists trained to care for the sling of muscles that is the bottom of your pelvis from your pelvis to your tailbone. It’s responsible for supporting all of your organs, your ability to have core strength, for voiding and bowel movements, sex and so much more! Julie shares about Pelvic Floor health and the role of Pelvic Floor PT in that health.

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