Inside Out Physical Therapy Pelvic Health & Wellness

Inside Out Physical Therapy Pelvic Health & Wellness Inside Out PT is a specialized Physical Therapy clinic addressing pelvic floor dysfunction in a private and individualized setting.
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LISTSPlease comment below your favorite organization app, HELP!  Read further to understand why. Yes, I am still living ...
03/10/2024

LISTS

Please comment below your favorite organization app, HELP! Read further to understand why.

Yes, I am still living in the 20th century when it comes to lists.

I had a coaching session with someone who knows me well yesterday, and, they said I didn't seem like someone who liked lists. πŸ€”

I LOVE LISTS.

It's the using and executing of them. So, in the conversation I talked all the talk about why paper and pen are so much better, how I do try to avoid my phone, and ...

Here I am on a Sunday morning looking for an app. It's time to try.

Help me please, comment your favorite below.

Finally!!!
02/18/2024

Finally!!!

Fascia is more important than previously thought. Here’s how, and why, you should care for yours.

It's not just Kegels.  Or exercise.  .out.pt we are here to serve.  And we use so many tools, skills, and gifts to do so...
12/12/2023

It's not just Kegels. Or exercise. .out.pt we are here to serve. And we use so many tools, skills, and gifts to do so in a way that hears and supports your individual goals. It is an honor, gift, and absolute privilege to be given this opportunity through your faith and trust in us. Are you ready?

How you begin your day matters.  It establishes the neurological set-point from which you will react to everything that ...
12/02/2023

How you begin your day matters. It establishes the neurological set-point from which you will react to everything that happens after.

If you are waking up to a hungry crying baby, your whole day may feel like you are putting out fires, saving lives, and ignoring your own.

If you are waking up to social media and news content. Well. That's a whole other post. But again, everything else is more important than you.

If you are waking up to your to-do list, you will accomplish much in your day. Will it include, and prioritize what's below?

Imagine waking up to soft candle πŸ•―οΈ light. Peaceful happy music. A chance to write your intentions. Hydrating, nourishing and moving your body. Connecting with spirit. Breath.

Feel what that feels like in your body, mind and spirit. Start with one small thing, and once that becomes habit, keep adding.

Maybe this is your New Year's Resolution (start it now πŸ˜‰.) That by the end of 2024 you will have integrated all of these things into your day.

Yes. Things that are worth doing take time. There isn't a quick fix for a lifetime of hustle and performance culture. Just like Pelvic Health PT isn't a quick fix for a lifetime of all the things that your pelvic floor can experience. Here .out.pt we move slowly and methodically forward with you towards your goals. It's worth it. So are you.

After two years of FOMO and absolute inability to attend, making it happen in 2024.  This is a fabulous opportunity for ...
11/24/2023

After two years of FOMO and absolute inability to attend, making it happen in 2024. This is a fabulous opportunity for Pelvic Health therapists BY Pelvic Health therapists. The speakers are people I have followed, learned from and communicated with for years, and I'm so excited to meet them in person!

I'm so looking forward to sharing all we learn with you in the future. Always being better!!

THANK YOU.In my practice, I have had many opportunities to witness the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual ...
11/11/2023

THANK YOU.

In my practice, I have had many opportunities to witness the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual impact of serving our country in the military.

Also to recognize the impact on spouses and families. It can very often manifest as pelvic floor | bladder | bowel issues in the people who serve AND the people who support and love them.

I always extend gratitude and appreciation for all levels of that service and the sacrifice involved. I also extend support in my field for any of you experiencing issues.

Please accept my absolute thanks, and my offer of support should you need it. Give us a call to hear about military offers and how we can help support you.

DM .out.pt
☎️ (810) 441 - 4566
πŸ“§ [email protected]
www.insideoutpt.com

🫠 🫠 🫠Daylight Savings Time Change ⌚⌚⌚Anyone else feeling this way? This next two weeks can wreak havoc in so many ways. ...
11/06/2023

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Daylight Savings Time Change ⌚⌚⌚
Anyone else feeling this way?

This next two weeks can wreak havoc in so many ways. There are more car accidents, more heart attacks, and I'm pretty sure it's not documented but....more temper tantrums.

Morning routines go out the window as do bedtime ones. Sugar from Halloween may still be coursing through everyone's systems.

Believe it or not, this disruption of the nervous system can lead to problems with the bladder, bowel, and pelvic floor. Anyone find themselves peeing more often, pooping less, having more or new pain with ANYTHING , but especially those intimate interludes? The time change is just one πŸ’ wrench that can have these impacts.

All the other life disruptors can too. At .out.pt , not only do we teach you the basics of pelvic health, we help prep you for these disruptors so you don't HAVE to deal with the fallout.

Are you ready?

DM .out.pt
πŸ“± (810)441-4566
πŸ’Œ [email protected]

Physical Therapy Month!!  1993 was just the second year that October celebrated Physical Therapy Month.Here we are 30 ye...
10/26/2023

Physical Therapy Month!!
1993 was just the second year that October celebrated Physical Therapy Month.
Here we are 30 years later.

I went into PT as many of us do, having learned how it could help one of my many injuries. The first was my sprained ankle and broken back after being thrown riding a race horse. At 19, I was devastated by how these injuries had ruined my life. I know. Nineteen. What can I say. My doctor, who I had known practically before I was born, just kept telling me to take my meds and do my exercises. It was my PT who listened, guided, educated and supported me through it all. Getting to know who I was as a person, and helping me become a better one.

I worked in an amazing hospital my first year, treating people with sports injuries, wounds, amputations, strokes, head injuries, cancer, spinal cord injuries. In that setting I was mentored by some priceless and brilliant therapists who taught me to aim for perfection, think and work outside the box, reject negativity and doubt, and advocate for my patients at all costs.

In that first year I went through a very painful pregnancy without much knowledge about how to address it. I had to take the last two weeks of my pregnancy off on disability because I couldn't walk. I went into my labor and delivery largely uninformed about how my body worked in this process. And was subject to multiple interventions that set me up for every pelvic dysfunction in the book.

Two years after my birth, I took my first course in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. It was really just a single working mom's excuse to vacation in the Virgin Islands, and changed the course of my life forever.

It made me realize that so many women were going through birth unprepared, uneducated, and unsupported - and therefore prone to and accepting of all the sequelae from that as NORMAL.

Urinary frequency, urgency, incontinence, bowel issues, pelvic organ prolapse, painful sexual activity. I've had all of these. And experienced the shame and life disruption around them. I will eventually need surgery for my prolapse.

Thirty years later, I am celebrating how far we have come in PT and Pelvic Health!!

We had such a wonderful time at the second annual  / Mom Club Inc Fundraiser Brunch!  As always,  put on a beautiful eve...
03/26/2023

We had such a wonderful time at the second annual / Mom Club Inc Fundraiser Brunch!

As always, put on a beautiful event at celebrating and supporting all the mamas here in the Wilmington area. It is always so inspiring to see her growing this concept every year, can't wait til it goes national!

Meanwhile? Such a pleasure and honor to be in community with everyone here in our amazing birth community in Wilmington, new and not so old πŸ˜‰. I wish I had more pictures!

Haven't been to this in ages, I'm so looking forward to it.  Such a wonderful gathering for people around the birth expe...
03/02/2023

Haven't been to this in ages, I'm so looking forward to it. Such a wonderful gathering for people around the birth experience. Join us !

Save the date! The next community birth circle is next weekend, March 4th @ 10 AM. Add the event to your calendar, and plan to join us in this safe space.

We did our recent event, Not Your Mother's Menopause last weekend at this beautiful and supportive location.  Such an op...
02/19/2023

We did our recent event, Not Your Mother's Menopause last weekend at this beautiful and supportive location. Such an opportunity to have space the way you need it, when you need it, to do the work you want to do. Oh...and I'm pretty sure there is childcare!!

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Remote work is here to stay. If you're tired of working from home, crowded coffee shops or small cafes with questionable wifi, join us for a month! ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
The new member rate is only $145/mo if you join in Feb or March. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Book a tour on our website today !​​​​​​​​!

Naomi Watts is someone who entered menopause very early. She is making it her mission to educate and support women going...
02/02/2023

Naomi Watts is someone who entered menopause very early. She is making it her mission to educate and support women going through this transition. Just like us at the Not Your Mother's Menopause event. Check us out!

The 54-year-old actress is challenging the stigma around menopause

In the NY Times. As it should be. Of course, these are some basics published in a magazine essentially. Sign up for our ...
02/01/2023

In the NY Times. As it should be. Of course, these are some basics published in a magazine essentially. Sign up for our event Not Your Mother's Menopause Feb 11 to learn a lot more about how to navigate this time!

There has long been an effective, F.D.A.-approved treatment for some menopausal symptoms, but too few women have a clear picture of its risks and benefits.

This Saturday, join Kristen Nice Yoga for prenatal partner yoga! Bring your partner for some connection, yoga, comfort m...
01/31/2023

This Saturday, join Kristen Nice Yoga for prenatal partner yoga! Bring your partner for some connection, yoga, comfort measures and laughs. Learn ways to support your birthing person before and during the big day. πŸ’—

To register:

Join us for this wonderful experience!

01/27/2023

As a physical therapist who has also spent a lot of time as a physical therapy patient, I deeply resonate with both parties pictured above 😬🫣 I laughed at this for a solid few minutes and wanted to spread the joy.

I also want to say that while you may feel shame and you’re entitled to feel what you feel, your provider should never contribute to the shame you feel.

A providers job is to support you, problem solve, game plan, have your back, cheerlead. No one knows your life better than you do and that’s why your PT needs to collaborate with you to create a program that fits your lifestyle rather than build a program of beauty you’ll never stick to.

So feel what you have to feel, dump any providers that make you feel worse, and enjoy the beautiful brain of .

Attention Wilmington   community.  On November 28th and 29th, we will be hosting a Below the Belt virtual screening Watc...
11/25/2022

Attention Wilmington community.
On November 28th and 29th, we will be hosting a Below the Belt virtual screening Watch Party! Below the Belt is the latest groundbreaking documentary from filmmakerΒ Shannon Cohn, director and founder of . This film, executive produced by Hillary Clinton, explores the obstacles to care that so many with face, through the compelling stories of 4 patients. If you are an patient, have a loved one with endometriosis or treat endometriosisΒ patients, this film is a must see. Access to an expert virtual panel, "An Integrative Approach to Endometriosis, from a Pelvic Floor PT Perspective," is included in the price of the ticket.Β  Purchase your ticket in my link in bio for the virtual screening and expert panel, available to view for 48 hours on the 28th and 29th, then make sure to reserve your limited seating for the free Wilmington watch party through the link in bioΒ as well. Please message me if you have questions, we look forward to seeing you there.

This came up last year, and it came up again. It should KEEP coming up, over and over again, until we get it right. This...
11/07/2022

This came up last year, and it came up again. It should KEEP coming up, over and over again, until we get it right. This addresses elite gymnasts. But.

Every day mother's. Many mother's, especially those in the same age group as Kerri Strug, have been raised and groomed to ignore their own needs in order to serve the needs of their family, job and children. To the point that they break down. They need support.

Let's talk about birth. Let's talk about sending women into labor and birth without some basic knowledge of their body and how to control and manage it during, most likely (and hopefully), the most physically challenging event of their lives. Injuries occur and there is so often little follow-up much less support and rehab for them.

We are told it will just get better with time. It very often doesn't. Research has shown, if you are still having symptoms 8-12 weeks after birth? You're still gonna have them in five years.

It doesn't get better with time. It gets better with rehab. Just like any other injury. Anyone who tells you otherwise either doesn't know, or doesn't care. It's up to you. Reach out to a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist for a discussion and an assessment to make sure you are recovering optimally, and give you the help you need if you aren't.

"Yesterday I was excited to show my daughters Kerri Strug's famous one-leg vault...But for some reason I wasn't as inspired watching it this time. In fact, I felt a little sick."

I have long been interested and passionate about the role of myofascial release (my first and foundational education as ...
08/09/2022

I have long been interested and passionate about the role of myofascial release (my first and foundational education as a physical therapist) as it applies to infertility. I'm taking this course on Saturday 8/13 and it requires I have someone to do manual abdominal techniques for the ovaries and uterus on. If anyone wants to be my model, it's between 3:45 and 6ish, and maybe we both can benefit. Please DM me, and share to anyone who might be interested.

This one-day continuing education course is targeted to practicing Pelvic Physical Therapists and covers the role of physical therapists in optimizing female fertility.

This course was written and will be instructed by Dr. Yeni Abraham, who is a Dallas-Ft.Worth-based Pelvic Physical Therapists specializing in the treatment of Gynecologic and Fertility related conditions.

Pre-recorded lectures to view before the course will cover medical infertility labs, pertinent information on charting cycles and assisted reproductive technologies, and their impact on treatment.

During the live, remote component, lectures will cover information on hormone regulation, the relationship between inflammation and infertility amongst other topics.

Lab activities/break-out sessions will include manual techniques to influence uterine and ovarian Mal-positions.

Visit HermanWallace.com to learn more!

https://hermanwallace.com/continuing-education-courses/fertility-considerations-for-the-pelvic-therapist/remote-course-august-13-2022

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07/26/2022

Attention all expecting mothers: We have another round of Prenatal Yoga Starting soon! This 4 week series will run on Sundays from 12:30-1:45 from August 7 to August 28th. Join Taylor Lawrence for a class designed for all pregnant bodies. No previous yoga experience is necessary. Your teacher will navigate you through asanas, breath work and meditations to build strength and ease in your body during pregnancy, labor,delivery and beyond.
Enroll Now: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=164&stype=-8&sView=day&sLoc=0&sTrn=100000227

07/26/2022
Friends ✨This is going to be such An amazing event and fundraiser for mom club inc this weekend. Silent auction food and...
04/20/2022

Friends ✨

This is going to be such An amazing event and fundraiser for mom club inc this weekend.

Silent auction food and more. Come support a local non profit starting up. This is all to help postpartum moms and moms in general!

Hope to see you there!

Alex Richardson

You will be attending the first Mom Club, Inc fundraising brunch and silent auction. We are excited to partner with you to support mothers!

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311 Judges Road, #11e
Wilmington, NC
28405

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Monday 10am - 7:30pm
Tuesday 12:30pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday 12pm - 7:30pm
Thursday 12:30pm - 7:30pm
Friday 10am - 7:30pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm

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Inside Out PT is a specialized physical therapy service offering a wholistic approach to address pelvic floor dysfunction in a private and individualized setting.

Caroline earned her BS in Physical Therapy from Wayne State University in 1991, and began her education in the Pelvic Heath specialty in 1994. Her post-graduate education has consisted of multiple pelvic health courses primarily through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, focusing on pre-natal, post-partum, and reproductive health, as well as male and female incontinence, bowel conditions and pelvic pain. This specialty skill-set is supported by an extensive foundation of manual skills and functional movement training which she now integrates into a wholistic approach in her Pelvic Health practice.

Caroline has experience treating multiple diagnoses including but not limited to pelvic girdle dysfunction with and without pregnancy, dyspareunia (pain with in*******se), vulvodynia, dysmenorrhea (painful menstrual symptoms), urinary urge and frequency, urinary urge and stress incontinence, bowel conditions which may involve incontinence and/or constipation, interstitial cystitis, pelvic organ prolapse, prostatitis and other male related conditions. Additionally, she is able to address post-surgical concerns after C-section, vasectomy, as well as various gynecological surgeries.


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