Ok. So science tells us an orgasm is the most pleasurable sensation we as humans can experience but for some of us we have difficulty orgasming for a variety of reasons. From a physical standpoint, some reasons may include experiencing pain during sex making it difficult to relax, post-baby changes , alignment issues, or breathing. (we will be going in to depth about some of these reasons at our workshop). Thanks to our experienced, knowledgable and local Pelvic Health Therapists, Susan McGlaughlin and Alycia Earl, you will have the chance to understand and learn the anatomy of an orgasm. (On a side note, might we mention we love working with these women and think you will too during our HAPPY HOUR–check out our schedule) Also, did we mention they will be giving away FREE pelvic health assessment to one luck winner? (on another side note, here is what else we will be giving away)
So during our lunch time happy hour you will learn the following:
Understand your anatomy and the phases of orgasm:
Now that you have assessed, reclaimed and unleashed your desire, what and where are the lady parts that make orgasm happen? Pelvic Health Physical Therapists, Alycia Earl and Susan McLaughlin will share with you the anatomy of the pelvis and physiology of the orgasm. They will be answering questions you may have been too shy to ask:
- Is it possible to have multiple orgasms?
- Did I just pee? What is this clear liquid squirting out of my urethra?
- Where is the G spot?
- I though sex was supposed to be fun. Why does sex hurt?
So what exactly does a Pelvic Health Therapist do?
Practitioners of women’s health physical therapy help women (and some men) who have problems with sexual intercourse, urination, fertility, pregnancy preparedness, postpartum recovery and cancer recovery. They deal with the stuff we’re too embarrassed to talk about, and because they’ve seen it all, they can reassure patients that their issues are at least treatable, if not always curable.
This specialty started in 1995, when a group of orthopedic physical therapists recognized that their clinics were filling up with women whose concerns weren’t being addressed. Women’s heath physical therapists (WHPT) are often the problem solvers that gynecologists, obstetricians, urologists and other doctors call when confronted with a gender-specific medical mystery, like discomfort during sex, after childbirth or while going to the bathroom. All WHPTs (find one near you by going to the American Physical Therapy Association locator) have stories about patients who were told by a former doctor that their problem was just “part of being a woman.”
Like other types of physical therapists, they specialize in treating functional problems, but they say they also offer proactive services, like helping pregnant women prepare for an easier delivery and preventing complications like C-sections.
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