Many women go through middle school and high school without ever knowing what ovaries actually are. Ovaries are small round shaped glands that are attached to the uterus via the fallopian tubes. Ovaries store eggs, which are what a female body releases during ovulation. If sperm is present to fertilize the egg, that’s how a […]
What you eat is the fuel you put into your body, and it can affect every aspect of your wellbeing!
Now that we have learned what the bladder is, let’s talk about the most common problems you can experience with it. I like to use the word “dysfunction” instead of disease during these educational blogs. Dysfunction implies that it is just a temporary problem that has a solution! Think of a bladder dysfunction as a […]
When people say “the pelvic floor”, they are usually referring to the whole system of muscles, nerves, ligaments, and organs. Today we are going to go over the muscles that make up the pelvic floor! The pelvic floor is made up of 19 muscles (you might hear 17 depending on how an individual counts them). […]
Mother’s day should be spent with your littles. It should be spent in happiness and joy in relationships with your family. I think for the majority – this is what Mother’s day looks like, this is what my mother’s day looked like.
Urinary incontinence is no fun. The percentage of the population, especially for women, is alarmingly high for urinary incontinence in the United States. Thankfully, research continues to make strides to help figure out risk factors, co-morbidities, and treatment techniques to help reduce this growing population. So what IS urinary incontinence? Picture the phrase: “Urinary Incontinence […]
The past 2 months have been a whirlwind! Knox Physio has been ever evolving and building a community of amazing resources here in Knoxville, TN. Today (I’m typing this out on the night of March 26th) Knox Physio was a part of the open house at Scruffy City Doula in Fountain City/Knoxville, TN. It was […]
Postpartum – from the Latin phrase post partum “after childbirth,” from post “after” + partum, accusative of partus “act of giving birth, childbirth. New moms are constantly searching for tips, tricks, and ways around the negative aspects of postpartum life. They google, search on Instagram, or even follow certain accounts on TikTok nowadays. It is […]
Delivery. This is the event that a momma has waited for, for what feels like eternity. This is the end of the long journey of growing, nurturing, and willing your baby to come to life. Delivery has evolved significantly in the past few decades with new evidence and research coming to life, and ways of […]