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Heather on "Sex With Emily" - July 2018
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Heather Jeffcoat, DPT was a special guest on the popular and thought provoking podcast hosted by Dr. Emily Morse. Topics include Heather's book "Sex Without Pain", painful sex issues due to vaginismus, injury, pregnancy, and other issues, returning to a healthy postpartum sex life after childbirth, and much more.

From the show's notes on SexWithEmily.com:

On today’s show, Emily is joined by pelvic floor physical therapist Heather Jeffcoat, author of Sex Without Pain: A Self-Treatment Guide To The Sex Life You Deserve to talk about the importance of pelvic floor health for everyone.

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They talk about painful sex issues for women and men, how to know if you have one, and what to do to get past it (hint: it’s actually not Kegels!). Plus, they discuss sex after having children, after menopause, and even help a caller whose girlfriend got some pelvic advice that wasn’t so correct.

Listen to the podcast episode on SexWithEmily.com.

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      I had tried Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy before (with another PT) and I had a really bad (painful) experience. A friend of mine and fellow patient, told me about Heather, Laureen and Femina PT (née Fusion Wellness & Physical Therapy) and I decided to try again. I am so happy I did! Femina PT have, literally, changed my life. I was able to do again things I couldn't do for over 10 years!! Their bedside manners are impeccable, their knowledge and understanding make me feel comfortable to...

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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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