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No is a Complete Sentence

I was reminded a lot this past week that “no” is a complete sentence. For many of us, we have been conditioned or subconsciously taught that anytime we say “no” to a question we have to then add our justification for that simple decision. Maybe it is due to us feeling uncomfortable with asserting ourself …

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Laura Gets Real About Caregivers’ Expectations Regarding Kids’ Toileting Training

I find most people are surprised that physical therapists work with pelvic floor concerns and even more surprised that I work with kiddos and their pelvic floors. I want to educate and inspire adults (and children) to think differently about pediatric pelvic health, ‘accidents’, wetting the bed, pooping in their underwear/pull up and other toileting …

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The Interplay Between Your Own and Your Care Team’s Responsibilities

I (Sara Nelson) recently visited my family in Madison, Wisconsin, and took a tour of the Epic Campus. Epic is a multi-billion dollar medical software company. Their campus is stunning in architectural design and landscaping. It is wonderful for them, but I wonder how health care dollars are being spent on documentation rather than direct …

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Playground Fitness

Hello Everyone! Sarah Eldrige, DPT here. It can be hard for all of us to make time for exercise. For me it has become harder since becoming a mom; currently mom of Isabelle 5 and Declan 3. I also know the tremendous benefit of regular physical activity so as much as possible I incorporate exercise …

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