Pelvic Floor ExercisesStop Chasing Skinny Episode #38

Pelvic Floor Health Everyone Needs to Know About with Dr. Sarah Duvall

Bio: Sarah Duvall: Physical Therapist: Personal Trainer

An adventure sports athlete at heart, Sarah takes functional training to a whole new level. With over 15 years of experience in the health and wellness field, as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Sarah knows what it takes to overcome injuries. In her unique approach to treating patients, she believes in teaching. Fully understand every aspect of the injury is a necessity to complete healing. When she is not hanging off the side of a mountain, Sarah enjoys writing and presenting at www.CoreExerciseSolutions.com and figuring out how her patients can continue to pursue their dreams and lead an adventurous life full of confidence and injury free.

If you want to learn more about the pelvic floor, check out Sarah’s complete video series for strengthen the pelvic floor with more than kegels.

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A couple highlights from this interview…

Pregnancy is not a prerequisite for a weak pelvic floor. The same as pregnancy does not mean you must suffer from incontinence.

 

I think not squatting enough and sitting at desks is more of a risk factor for long term pelvic floor health.

 

Something as seemingly unrelated as an old ankle injury could result in a weak pelvic floor.

Links:

Article we referred to in the show: http://www.coreexercisesolutions.com/articles/best-pelvic-floor-exercises/

Free 3 minute pelvic floor challenge: http://www.coreexercisesolutions.com/pelvic-floor-3-minute-challenge/

Complete Video Series to Strengthen Your Pelvic floor: http://www.coreexercisesolutions.com/pelvic-floor/

Contact Sarah Here!

Website: http://www.coreexercisesolutions.com

Access full show notes here: http://www.skfitlife.com/pelvic-floor-exercises-and-health/