Fei Zang

What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Ways to Manage It

Anatomy In order to understand what pelvic organ prolapse is, we must first understand female pelvic anatomy. At the front (anterior) of the pelvis, there is the bladder and urethra, in the middle there is... Continue Reading

The Functions of the Pelvic Floor

So you were recently diagnosed with pelvic floor dysfunction, but what does that mean? Let’s talk about what the pelvic floor is, what it does, and what happens when it is not working correctly.  What... Continue Reading

Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA)

What is diastasis rectus abdominis?  Your rectus abdominis, commonly referred to as your “6-pack muscles,” is attached to either side of your linea alba, a band of connective tissue that runs from the bottom of your sternum... Continue Reading

The “Just in Case” Pee

Are you the type of person who routinely goes to the bathroom before you leave your house, even if you don’t really have a full bladder? Do you encourage your kids to pee before getting... Continue Reading

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