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"Relatable" with Stephanie Michele

Listen as Heather Jeffcoat, DPT discusses a variety of womens' pelvic floor health issues with Stephanie Michele on her popular "Relatable" podcast, with tips for being a better advocate for your own healthcare.

Stephanie's website describes her show as:

"Relatable with Stephanie Michele is a weekly Youtube live-stream show spotlighting exceptional human encounters – the people who make them happen and the actions it takes to create them. Tune in for inspiring conversations with amazing guests, relational learning and encouraged social challenges of the week to improve quality of relating with self, other people and the world."

Highlights of the show include:

  • Stephanie questions why traditional healthcare does not have a better grasp of healthy relating.
  • Heather explains what the pelvic floor muscles do, what symptoms to look for when there are issues and how to strengthen these muscles.
  • Stephanie and Heather talk about how healthcare professionals can be more inclusive to all genders.

Tune in here to watch the video episode, or listen to the audio podcast here.

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    • Testimonial by Rosanna R., age 35

      Heather has affected my life in the MOST POSITIVE way and I am forever grateful.  My husband refers to her as the "sex doctor" so you can only imagine how happy he is with my therapy outcome.  After the birth of my son I suffered from "Vaginismus", however, at the time I just thought I was broken. My "broken vagina" affected me physically but it was an emotional struggle as well. Many women in my life also suffered with pain from sex after their babies were born so I knew I wasn't alone.  They...

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    • Testimonial by R.D., age 38

      "I had a severe tear during childbirth that was not stitched together correctly and therefore healed poorly. Even after having a surgery a year later to remove the scar tissue, I was still having pain, and no one could explain why -- there was no overt 'reason' to explain the pain. I had tried other 'specialists' and even saw another physical therapist who had me do hip / leg stretches -- what a joke! I was about to give up and just 'live with it' until thankfully I kept searching online and...

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