June 10, 2019

Millions Of Woman Are Suffering! Painful Intimacy, Incontinence & More With Pelvic Floor Specialist Isa Herrera

Millions Of Woman Are Suffering!  Painful Intimacy, Incontinence & More With  Pelvic Floor Specialist Isa Herrera

 Lets get the conversation started!

Over 30 million woman are suffering from "lady part" problems.  One out of three women suffer from painful intimacy, 49% of all women deal with incontinence and 50% of woman have pelvic organ prolapse. Someone probably said you should try doing "kegels".  This podcast is going to change your views on what we are accustomed to thinking-  "Its just normal". News Flash- it doesn't need to be!

Joining me from NYC is Isa Herrera, the founder of  Pelvic Pain Relief Dot Com and Renew Healing Center. She is the author of five books on pelvic floor dysfunction and the newly released international best seller Female Pelvic Alchemy. She has been a pioneer for new integrative treatments  and has the mission to help 1 million woman in her lifetime.

We discuss the implications and understanding of the "pelvic floor", understand how to deal with issues pre and post pregnancy as well as strategies to get through it as best you can. Isa talks about the dangers of repetitive kegels with certain conditions and the damage it can do. We talk about why women are having pain during intimacy, and how to remedy the situation. She also talks about how young collegiate athletes are affected while doing sports. Isa offers tips, strategies, exercises, treatments and products that are also available. 

This is my first podcast recorded with the guest in another city and not face to face with me in studio. I was anxious to start branching out the podcast and getting relevant and up to date information out to my listeners with leaders in their respective area.

For a link to the mastermind class we talk about which is happening June 11th, 12th 13th and 14th click on link below

http://affiliates.pelvicpainrelief.com/aff_c?offer_id=3&aff_id=1080

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