Today on the podcast I’m sharing my recent experience with a pelvic floor pt, why I believe every woman should have access to one, and how adding the word “choose” to your daily vocabulary may make all the difference in how you see the world, see yourself, and navigate your way through life in a much easier way.


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  1. Hillary says:

    Amen to pelvic floor PT. It definitely needs to be standard of care for all pregnant/pp women. I also wanted to comment about gestational diabetes and really recommend you look more into the causes of it. It actually has very little to do with the woman’s diet. There are tons of women who end up with gestational diabetes who have what would be considered a super healthy diet. I just want to make sure that women don’t feel like it is their “fault” because it is really out of our control. You can even have it in one pregnancy and not the next. Pregnancy is wild!

  2. Jessie Hebert says:

    Hi Juli! Love that you’re talking about this and that you had such a good experience with a PFPT. I’m an occupational therapist who does pelvic floor therapy. A lot of people don’t know that OTs do pelvic floor therapy too and have done the same and/or comparable post-graduate trainings as PTs. Ideally it would be called Pelvic Floor Therapy or Pelvic Floor OT/PT so that people understand that there are more providers available to help. Thanks for sharing your experience and encouraging women to go!

  3. Leigh says:

    I know she mentioned her pelvic floor PT on the gram, but does anyone remember who that was? Thank you!