In Season 1, Episode 8, about pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, and pregnancy-related issues.
But what happens during a pelvic examination or therapy session?
Listen along as we talk candidly with Pelvic Health Physical Therapist Dr. Terri Robertson Elder, Founder of Thrive Physiotherapy, LLC, about what it's like to work with a pelvic health therapist.
We invite you to share this discussion with all who may benefit from this important conversation.
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"My mission on the planet is to put LOVE into action by approaching myself and others with CURIOSITY and COMPASSION, seeking to CULTIVATE health and wellness for all."
Dr. Terri Robertson Elder (she/her) is passionate about collaborating with people experiencing uncertainty about pelvic, bladder, or bowel symptoms to find understanding and relief so that they may thrive and cultivate joy in movement and sport.
Terri graduated from Georgia State University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014, following a decade-long career as a neuromuscular massage therapist and educator. She has spent the last 6 years as a Physical Therapist at a large hospital system, practicing in acute care and outpatient, with primary areas of interest in oncology treatment and pelvic health.
Terri also holds certifications as a Kripalu yoga teacher and Pilates instructor and is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist. Dr. Robertson Elder also holds a position as part-time faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy at Georgia State University.
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