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Retraining the Pelvic Floor Muscles in a Post-Partum Patient who is Training as a Pilates Instructor

Here we are using Rehabilitative Real-Time Ultrasound to help our patient downtrain the dominant use[...]

Pelvic Physical Therapy for the Transgender Patient

Our practice has been helping the transgender patient overcome pelvic pain and other symptoms they h[...]

Sacrotuberous Ligament Release to Help Prepare for Labor and Delivery

The sacrotuberous ligament is a structure that is under-recognized as important to assess and treat [...]

Patient with Pelvic Pain and Constipation Presents with Possible Fracture

Our elderly patient, who is an avid bike rider in NYC, reported having a bike crash and got up to co[...]

Sacroiliac Joint Taping

Patients with unabating or chronic low back pain sometimes have sacroiliac joint misalignment. This [...]

Diastasis Rectus Abdominus in Men with Concurrent Umbilical Hernia

Rectus Abdominus Diastasis (RAD) is a separation of the linea alba, greater than 2 centimeters is co[...]

Round Ligament Pain in Pregnancy

Pregnant women may complain of lower abdominal, pelvic, groin, hip, or pubic pain. A common cause of[...]

Using Rapid Release Technology To Treat Chronic Pelvic Pain

We sometimes use this device to apply mild heat and vibration to help relax the muscles. Using small[...]

Dr. Morrison Lectures on Labor & Delivery

In this photograph Dr. Morrison is giving an in-house lecture to the staff, and community childbirth[...]

Decreasing Diastasis Recti in Subsequent Pregnancies

Diastasis recti in a postpartum patient, shown in the top photo below, is 3 finger width. The test b[...]