Why Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy & Sex Therapy Work Hand in Hand
Here is a frank discussion of how both physical therapy and sex talk therapy can work together to help with pelvic pain and intimacy issues.
Kristin Sapienza, DPT is a licensed physical therapist and the founder of FemFirstHealth. Kristin is devoted to women’s health issues. She is a pelvic floor specialist under Herman and Wallace, in which she is certified to treat women suffering from incontinence and pelvic pain.
Her own story struggling through endometriosis and pelvic floor issues have inspired her to provide well-rounded care for all women.
Ruthie Israeli, LCSW works with individuals around issues related to anxiety and depression, to couples struggling with infidelity, sexual dysfunction, to families coping with adolescence, & parenting.
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The 2019 Pelvic Health Summit is an online summit created to bring the latest information and top practitioners of pelvic health to you.
Our goals for the summit are: Educate Men and Women on the importance of Pelvic Health Provide multiple perspectives and specialists to weigh in on Pelvic Health Provide an accepting platform for people to engage, discuss, and support one another.
Learn more about the summit, speakers, topics and join our supportive community group at: https://www.pelvichealthsummit.com/
If you are suffering from pain and want to learn more here are some resources from our partners:
Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine Practice – https://www.pelvicrehabilitation.com/
International Pelvic Pain Society – https://www.pelvicpain.org/home.aspx
The Women’s Pelvic Health Podcast – https://www.thewomenspelvichealthpodcast.com/