Pain in the pelvis, lower abdominal, and vaginal/rectal area can come from various injuries like Tailbone fractures, falls, or inflammatory conditions like Endometriosis, Irritable bowel and painful bladder. If your shoulder or knee hurts, you see a physical therapist to treat the bones, muscles, nerves, fascia, and ligaments for some relief. Similarly, there are bones … [Read more...] about Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy – who needs it and why? (WCS)
Archives for September 2019
What is the difference between who enjoy their life without injury nor pain and who suffers from injuries and pain as you get older? Nowadays, Life is about a century-long. Statistics show that a Japanese woman in average lives for 87 years and a man for 81 years (as of 2018). Considering that these numbers include lives lost during childhood, adults can expect even a … [Read more...] about Healthy Aging: Vol. 1
Celebrating the first Zabu-Chan performance in NYC @ FuncPhysio https://youtu.be/Wl_9J1-_DyM We will further discuss the relationship between laughing and your health. How laughing influence on your physical health and mental health. Please join us in his next event on November 1st, 2019!!! Please visit our FuncPhysio Home Page at … [Read more...] about Japanese Comedy: Rakugo by Mastor. Tozaburo Yanagiya
Hi, this is Dr. Yohei Takada. Today we are talking about Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders, which may not sound familiar. TMJ disorders are characterized by clicking of the jaw, misaligned jaw, limited or uncomfortable jaw movements, and jaw pain. If you have been chewing with one side of your mouth because of the jaw pain, this article is just for you. However, the jaw … [Read more...] about Temporomandibular Joint Disorders: A Lesser-Known Jaw Condition
This is a common question that patients ask me every day. There is a lot of information on the internet which can be confusing and misguiding. If Crunches are bad, then why so? Are there circumstances when crunches are okay? The bladder is sandwiched between two forces creating systems. When abdominals contract, they create increased downward pressure on the bladder. … [Read more...] about Pelvic Floor Therapy: Are crunches bad for prolapse?