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A diastasis recti or abdominal separation can occur with pregnancy, long-term or short-term abdominal weight gain, or anything that increases intra-abdominal pressure (i.e., poor mechanics with lifting).

You guessed it...physical therapy can help!
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A diastasis recti or abdominal separation can occur with pregnancy, long-term or short-term abdominal weight gain, or anything that increases intra-abdominal pressure (i.e., poor mechanics with lifting). 

You guessed it...physical therapy can help!

A pelvic organ prolapse can happen to anyone and is fairly common. But common doesn't mean normal! Most importantly, we want you to know that pelvic floor physical therapy can help!

Call Newman Therapy Services at 620-342-4100 to schedule an appointment!
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Contact Newman Therapy Services at 620-342-4100 to set up Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy ... See MoreSee Less

Do you feel like your organs are falling out? Pelvic pressure?? or Trouble starting a urine stream??

This study may give you hope! 16 weeks of pelvic floor physical therapy with muscle retraining and lifestyle advice showed a 45% improvement in pelvic organ prolapse grade and a 63% of participants verbalized improvement in pelvic organ prolapse symptoms.

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18806910/

Hagen S, Stark D, Glazener C, Sinclair L, Ramsay I. A randomized controlled trial of pelvic floor muscle training for stages I and II pelvic organ prolapse. Int Urogynecol J Pelvic Floor Dysfunct. 2009 Jan;20(1):45-51. doi: 10.1007/s00192-008-0726-4. Epub 2008 Sep 20. PMID: 18806910.
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Do you feel like your organs are falling out? Pelvic pressure?? or Trouble starting a urine stream??

This study may give you hope! 16 weeks of pelvic floor physical therapy with muscle retraining and lifestyle advice showed a 45% improvement in pelvic organ prolapse grade and a 63% of participants verbalized improvement in pelvic organ prolapse symptoms. 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18806910/

Hagen S, Stark D, Glazener C, Sinclair L, Ramsay I. A randomized controlled trial of pelvic floor muscle training for stages I and II pelvic organ prolapse. Int Urogynecol J Pelvic Floor Dysfunct. 2009 Jan;20(1):45-51. doi: 10.1007/s00192-008-0726-4. Epub 2008 Sep 20. PMID: 18806910.

Monday July, 5th our office will be closed to observance of the Fourth of July.

Everyone have a fun and safe weekend!
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Monday July, 5th our office will be closed to observance of the Fourth of July. 

Everyone have a fun and safe weekend!

Hi All! My name is Katie Noonan, your Pelvic Health Therapy Specialist at Newman Therapy Services.

I'm going to be posting pelvic floor information throughout the month of July!

I have been treating pelvic floor conditions for the past 7 years and have been able to expand to treating diagnoses including chronic pelvic pain, colorectal disorders, male pelvic pain, and much more!

Call Newman Therapy Services at 620-342-4100 to see if Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy could be the answer for you!
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Hi All! My name is Katie Noonan, your Pelvic Health Therapy Specialist at Newman Therapy Services. 

Im going to be posting pelvic floor information throughout the month of July! 

I have been treating pelvic floor conditions for the past 7 years and have been able to expand to treating diagnoses including chronic pelvic pain, colorectal disorders, male pelvic pain, and much more! 

Call Newman Therapy Services at 620-342-4100 to see if Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy could be the answer for you!

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She is so good at what she does! Go see her!

Mackenzie’s last Hump Day Hustle. We wish her the best as she begins her studies to become a PTA. Congrats Mackenzie! We will miss you! ... See MoreSee Less

Mackenzie’s last Hump Day Hustle. We wish her the best as she begins her studies to become a PTA. Congrats Mackenzie! We will miss you!

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Really good group ❤️

Learning to exercise in a pain free range can be difficult if struggling with arthritis. That's where we come in!

One of our occupational or physical therapist can give you exercises to help with your specific pain and joint deformities. By working to strengthening the muscles that support your joints, you can help support them, and then less likely to develop deformities.

EXERCISE TIPS:
o Try doing hand exercises in warm water as this can help relax your hands, make the exercises easier to do and also help to reduce pain.
o Balance rest and exercise.
o Do not do strengthening exercises when you have a flare-up.
o If you get any pain that lasts longer than one hour after exercise, it means the exercise is too stressful. Do not do it again until it is reviewed by your therapist.
o Perform exercises in a pain free range. Stop before the motion gets to the pain.

Still have questions? Feel free to reach out to us!
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Learning to exercise in a pain free range can be difficult if struggling with arthritis. Thats where we come in! 

One of our occupational or physical therapist can give you exercises to help with your specific pain and joint deformities. By working to strengthening the muscles that support your joints, you can help support them, and then less likely to develop deformities.

EXERCISE TIPS:
o Try doing hand exercises in warm water as this can help relax your hands, make the exercises easier to do and also help to reduce pain. 
o Balance rest and exercise. 
o Do not do strengthening exercises when you have a flare-up. 
o If you get any pain that lasts longer than one hour after exercise, it means the exercise is too stressful. Do not do it again until it is reviewed by your therapist.
o Perform exercises in a pain free range. Stop before the motion gets to the pain.

Still have questions? Feel free to reach out to us!
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