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MindBodyRadio recently reached out to Heather Jeffcoat for a wide ranging interview about Vaginismus, Vestibulodynia, Endometriosis, Interstitial Cystitis (or Painful Bladder Syndrome) and Dysorgasmia.

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Show notes:

Dr. Heather Jeffcoat is a physical therapist with her degree from Duke University and international speaker and author. The majority of her practice is women with sexual dysfunction, such as painful sex and the inability to have sex due to pain, painful orgasm or postcoital pain.

Some of the most common diagnoses include: Vaginismus, Vestibulodynia, Endometriosis and Interstitial Cystitis (or Painful Bladder Syndrome) or dysorgasmia. These women are frequently dismissed by their medical providers as it “all being in their head” or “a normal part of aging”, and although these problems are frequently occurring, dismissive statements like these from medical providers only delays treatment that would otherwise get them feeling great about having sex or other aspects of their live again. She is the owner of Femina Physical Therapy in Los Angeles, CA ( FeminaPT.com ) and author of "Sex Without Pain: A Self-Treatment Guide to the Sex Life You Deserve".

The full audio can be found here.

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    • Testimonial by S.S., age 54

      Heather is the best! I saw her today for terrible hip/groin pain. I was so impressed with the safety measures in place and felt completely safe . Thanks for the healing hands. S.S., age 54

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    • Testimonial by P.M.

      I was hopeful but frankly skeptical when the doctor treating me for Interstitial Cystitis recommended that I go to Heather for physical therapy. Medication and diet helped control my IC symptoms, but I had never heard of physical therapy being used to treat IC. The education and treatment I received from Heather was a revelation. She explained that the pain I experienced with IC had helped create a cycle of muscle guarding which affected the entire pelvic area. I had no idea of the amount of...

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