018: 4 Common Habits in People With Pelvic Pain and What We Can Do To Change Them

018: 4 Common Habits in People With Pelvic Pain and What We Can Do To Change Them

May 28, 2020

Where we have honest conversations with experts in all things health and happiness ranging from pregnancy through menopause… I’m Buffy Stinchfield and I’m on a mission to EMPOWER women to THRIVE instead of being the victim to the unique challenges we face.


As a pelvic health physical therapist and mom of 3, I’ve seen and experienced the struggles that we face as moms and know that we don’t have to do it alone! Join me as we tackle the questions and issues that are core to our experience as women and mothers.

Let’s Be Empowered Together!

Pelvic pain is not known to be a simple condition to treat.  In fact, it can take a pelvic physical therapist YEARS of working with patients with this diagnosis before they really can feel confident in their ability to really help.

Pain in the pelvis and pelvic floor can come from a variety of causes including (but not limited to) pelvic trauma, childbirth, sports-related imbalances, muscle imbalances, hip or back pain, endometriosis, abdominal pain, and more.

And though pelvic physical therapy may need to be just one part of the whole care plan for a pelvic pain sufferer, it is truly important for the pelvic physical therapist to address movement dysfunction, muscle imbalances, and habits that may be perpetuating the pain.  Medications, procedures, mental health therapies, and more cannot help a person with these imbalances or habits.

Listen as I discuss 4 common habits of my pelvic pain patients and how we address them.

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