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" I wasn’t expecting this at all, Jeanice😊!
I appreciate a lot all the educational videos/ webinars and resources that you have been providing for all of us, as
Pro-Member of myPFM.  It was very helpful during my healing journey with long haul Covid even while dealing with a bad brain fog. 

I just listened and watched like I do with my devotional time with God in order to maintain my sanity, keep my mental faculties and memories of what I love to do as PFPT, and definitely keep me abreast on what’s latest in our pelvic PT educational cycle.  I just want to briefly share this with you.

Am grateful for being led to your myPFM group.
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Annette S. Estrada, PT, DPT

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What Can You Do About Painful Periods?

Dysmenorrhea has been linked to certain conditions like endometriosis as well as personal factors like high stress, anxiety and depression, and dieting to lose weight (Tremback-Ball, 2023). Dysmenorrhea is thought to in part be caused by high levels of prostaglandins (Tremback-Ball, 2023). Read more...

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Don't Miss the PFM Mini-Challenge!

All of the exercises in this challenge incorporate the pelvic brace. A pelvic brace is a combined core contraction of your diaphragm, deep abdominals, pelvic floor muscles, and low back muscles. This pelvic brace helps to protect the spine and stabilize our bodies while also preventing urinary incontinence and worsening symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse. Read more...

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The Pelvic Floor Has Layers

Many people are often surprised to find out that the pelvic floor is made up of several different muscles (not just one) and other support structures like fascia and connective tissue. The pelvic floor is made up of 17 different muscles—depending on how you count them. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the different layers of the pelvic floor muscles. Read more...

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I am so glad you are here. Pelvic health is crucial to a vibrant, independent life.  Many people needlessly resign to painful sex, leaky bladders, pelvic discomfort and so much more simply because they lack support. But we’re here to change that. And so are you. Let’s do this.

Jeanice Mitchell 

PT, MPT, WCS, BCB- PMD

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