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Everyone at PWC wishes for you all good pelvic health, positively, and all things that make your hearts' sing in 2022. Looking forward to seeing you in the New Year! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago  ·  

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We are hiring! We are needing to hire part time for front office in Salem. This is a role with a lot of action. If you know of anyone interested in hanging around with some cool pelvic floor PTs, send an email to shannon@pelvicwellnesscenter.com. Thank You!Wishing you all wonderful New Year🎉 ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you PNW Doulas! Always a good reminder about these red flag symptoms for our post partum population!While we expect there to be a period of recovery after having a baby, we’re expecting people to feel progressively BETTER.If, at any point, you begin to feel worse, that is a giant 🚩 RED FLAG 🚩 Having a baby can be hard on your body, but it isn’t a reason to suffer. You deserve to feel well. Please contact your provider if you develop symptoms postpartum. Feeling worse instead of better is not normal. ... See MoreSee Less

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9 months ago  ·  

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We are looking for a new part time to full time PT.Check out the Indeed ad here for details: www.indeed.com/job/physical-therapist-d49ad0e50063afcaAnd, check us out on our website: eugene.pelvicwellnesscenter.comIf interested contact us: judy@pelvicwellnesscenter.com 541.515.6215 ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago  ·  

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Did you know that March is endometriosis awareness month? On this last day of March, here are a few insights for our friends, sisters, mothers, colleagues that deal with this disease. ... See MoreSee Less

10 months ago  ·  

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Next up in our discussion about urinary incontinence is urge incontinence. This type is incredibly common, and sometimes goes undetected for quite some time until symptoms become debilitating. ...Did you know— Fact #1: The normal amount of urine voids per day (for a hydrated adult) is 6-8. Which equates to about every 3-4 hours. Fact #2: Your bladder can hold about 16oz of urine. ..Often when an individual starts to have issues with urge incontinence, frequency goes up and they get further away from those normal bladder habits listed above. ..If you are dealing with urinary frequency and/or urgency- we can help! Contact us if you have questions. .#pelvicpt #urgeincontinence #hopeforhealing #pelvicfloorphysicaltherapy ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago  ·  

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Each month we are going to start tackling a topic. For February, we decided to chat about urinary incontinence. No matter what season of life you are in, what gender you identify with, if you have given birth to kids or not- leaking urine is NEVER a normal action and it is a sign that there is something that needs to be addressed in the body. It can be as easy as fixing/adding a dietary habit, working on how frequently (or infrequently) you go to the bathroom, working on posture, or working on muscle control and/or coordination. Urinary incontinence may be the most common thing that we treat. And we get the pleasure at the Pelvic Wellness Center of seeing symptoms improve (and often quite rapidly!)If you’re ready to get back in control of your bladder- reach out to your provider or the therapists at the Pelvic Wellness Center and see how we can help stop the leaking. STAY TUNED IN THE COMING WEEKS FOR: posts on urge incontinence and mixed incontinence. AND- in March we will be talking about Endometriosis. ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago  ·  

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Wishing you all a Holiday season full of light and joy. We'll see you in 2021! ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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We can help!Telehealth available throughout Oregon. Check us out: eugene.pelvicwellnesscenter.com.541.515.6215 ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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When COIVD prevents you from presenting at a local CrossFit gym -- you make a video! Check out this talk our George Fox PT student Meagan Dahl at the Salem PWC Clinic spearheaded -- talking all about the pelvic floor and CrossFit. If you are involved in CrossFit or are looking to start ventruing into higher intensity work outs or lift anything on a regular basis (ok... that includes all of us!), check out this video. If something resonates with you after watching this and you want to learn more about pelvic floor rehab - send us a message or comment below. P.S. If you live around the Salem area - follow us on instagram! (@pelvicwellnesssalem)#pelvicfloorrehab #crossfit #pelvicfloorphysicaltherapy #crossfitandthepelvicfloor #gfu #gfuphysicaltherapy ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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1 years ago  ·  

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We can help! Telehealth available throughout Oregon.Check us out: eugene.pelvicwellnesscenter.com ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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Best Bladder Diary Ever! "Yes, a watched bladder does pee!"(unnamed patient gave permission to post) ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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Welcome Canda Lodge, DPT to Eugene Pelvic Wellness Center!Canda recently moved to join our team from Los Angeles. We are thrilled to have her with us sharing her pelvic health expertise. Visit us at: eugene.pelvicwellnesscenter.com ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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We can help! Treatment available through telehealth in Oregon Visit: eugene.pelvicwellnesscenter.com ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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Thank you to all veterans that have served our nation. We honor your dedication and sacrifices, and give thanks for all the freedoms we have in this country because of you. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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Welcome Bonnie Bahler, DPT and Natalie Folkert, DPT! These two fantastic pelvic physical therapists joined our team this year. The year 2020 has been a year of uncertainty and change, and with this, growth. We are fortunate this year to all be doing what we love- practicing pelvic health physical therapy and delivering the best care we can as safely as we can. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago  ·  

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