Using Fascial Release to Heal Pelvic Organ Prolapse with Anna CrawleMar 29, 2022
Have you explored the world of fascial training for your pelvic floor yet?
You'd be surprised how many misconceptions are still out there about the structure and function of the body anatomically... and that's exactly what we're going to chat about today!
My guest is Anna, a women’s health physical therapist and myofascial release practitioner.
I couldn’t think of a more qualified person to discuss:
- What biotensegrity is and how it relates to the pelvic floor
- Why Kegels are ineffective in healing pelvic organ prolapse
- The importance of releasing through the pelvic floor
So without further ado, click play >>HERE<< to listen in on my conversation with Anna!
Now I know you’re ready to start strengthening your pelvic floor… I know you’re tired of dealing with pain and dysfunction in your body… my Core Rehab Program will give you the workouts, the resources, and the confidence you need to heal your body from the inside out. You can join my program >>HERE<< but hurry – the doors close on Thursday, March 31st at Midnight CST.
Anna Crawle is a women’s health physio specializing in myofascial release to treat pelvic floor and gynecological problems. Since 2019 she has written and published research to explain and provide evidence for taking a release-focused approach to treating pelvic organ prolapse. Over the last few years, she has presented at a wide range of international online conferences and meetings, teaching pelvic health professionals about this approach.