Greater Boston Urology Blog

What to Expect During Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

If you're new to pelvic floor physical therapy, you're not alone. Most people are familiar with the concept of physical therapy for things like knees and...

Pelvic Stability Exercises for Runners

Back in February, we invited one of our pelvic floor physical therapists, Dr. Tonya Yanok, to share pelvic stability exercises for avoiding slips and falls...

Trigger Point Injections for Pelvic Pain

Are you a woman dealing with pelvic pain? Do you experience it during intercourse? Does it hurt to pee or poop? Do you have pain inside or outside your vaginal...

Pelvic Pain Awareness Month: How Pelvic Floor PT Can Help

May is Pelvic Pain Awareness Month, a designation that came about in 2017, thanks to the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) wanting to raise awareness...

Pelvic Stability Exercises for Avoiding Slips & Falls This...

Oh, the weather outside is frightful! But what do we expect, right? It is January in Boston!

GBU Doctor Earns Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner...

If you're a woman or man dealing with pelvic pain and/or chronic conditions affecting the pelvic area, pelvic floor physical therapy might help. At Greater...

Lefort Colpocleisis for the Treatment of Pelvic Organ...

Do you feel pelvic pressure? Have bowel or bladder dysfunction? Perhaps you have pelvic organ prolapse.

What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)?

Today, we're going to discuss pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Below is a high-level overview.

How Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Treats Urinary...

Today, one of our wonderful pelvic floor physical therapists, Dr. Alicia Jeffrey-Thomas, joins us to discuss types of urinary incontinence and how pelvic floor...