Pelvic Floor PT

  • Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy Opens New Pelvic Rehabilitation Center

    Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy Opens New Pelvic Rehabilitation Center

    October 5, 2021

    We’re excited to announce that we opened a second Pelvic Rehabilitation Center on October 5, 2021. Our new clinic is located at 1621 44th Street SW, Suite 300, Wyoming, Michigan. This clinic is right down the road from our traditional clinic in Wyoming and marks 19 convenient locations for Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy in the […]

  • What to Expect at Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

    What to Expect at Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

    September 16, 2021

    Hi, my name is Brooke Case and I am a pelvic floor physical therapist. Treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction may seem daunting. I am here to inform you more about what to expect to help decrease any anxiety and stress that may come with attending that initial appointment and any subsequent visits. I promise it […]

  • Myth: Doing Kegels is Always the Answer to your Leakage

    Myth: Doing Kegels is Always the Answer to your Leakage

    July 7, 2020

    In theory, it would make sense to do Kegels to decrease incontinence; however, a tight (high-tone or tense) pelvic floor can often be the cause of urine leakage.  Kegels are repeated contractions of the pelvic floor muscles, while urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control with leakage of urine. Need a comparison? Let’s compare […]

  • “Gotta go…gotta go right now”

    “Gotta go…gotta go right now”

    March 5, 2019

    Stress Urinary Incontinence can be an embarrassing topic, and not something you typically bring up at the dinner table. Stress Urinary Incontinence (or SUI) is the loss of urine without effort or physical exertion. The main culprits tend to be laughing, coughing, sneezing, running, or jumping, and SUI is often due to an underactive or […]