Sarah Duvall PT - Your Pelvic Floor is stronger than you think

Your Pelvic Floor Is Stronger Than You Think

As you know, at The Flower Empowered, we strive to empower women to beat pelvic floor dysfunction by optimizing their pelvic health. As part of this effort, we have started a video podcast series on our YouTube channel which will feature many specialists who are aligned with this focus. The first guest is the wonderful Dr. Sarah Duvall of Core Exercise Solutions.

A wife, mom and adventure sports athlete, Sarah is a women’s fitness specialist that takes functional training to a whole new level. In her unique approach to treating patients, she believes in teaching. Fully understanding every aspect of the body is a necessity to complete healing. She integrates functional movement with cutting edge exercises to bring you a resultsdriven online program for postpartum recovery, with an emphasis on the pelvic floor and abdominals. When she is not hanging off the side of a mountain, Sarah enjoys writing and presenting online at Core Exercise Solutions and figuring out how her patients can continue to pursue their dreams and lead a strong, adventurous life.

Sarah’s programs have helped hundreds of women find success from the comfort of their own homes. Her programs include pelvic floor rehab, diastasis, posture correction and tight hips. If you are interested in finding out more or have any questions about which program is right for you, you can contact Sarah at and she’ll be happy to help!

Help to Break the Taboo

One of the key messages in this video is to keep trying. Don’t give up! There are many specialists and methods for dealing with the symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction (urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, fecal incontinence). Not every method will work for every person. Just keep trying until you find what works for you and what your body responds best to.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) affects one in every three women. Join in our mission to break the taboo surrounding Pelvic Floor Dysfunction by talking about these conditions, sharing this page and using the hashtag #breakthePFDtaboo

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