Pelvic Pain Journey, Stay Healthy Podcast

I had the pleasure of opening up and sharing my pelvic pain journey with Dr. Jessica Papa, PT, DPT (owner of  Arancia Physical Therapy in Rhode Island, USA) on her Stay Healthy New England Podcast.

The Stay Healthy New England Podcast features top experts in Health, Wellness & Nutrition with a particular focus on alternative therapy, Women’s Health & Chronic Pain.

In this episode, I discuss how a winter tobogganing accident from when I was just 8 could have been the trigger that caused all of my suffering. You will learn how my pain has motivated me to advocate for others with chronic pelvic pain using my blog and social media and how I hope to empower and help shorten people’s journey so they can get the answers & care needed to begin healing sooner, rather than later.

Thank you again Jessica, for giving me the opportunity to raise awareness and share my story on your platform.

Michelle Signature

How to connect with Dr. Jessica Papa:

aranciapt.com

(401) 602-7006

Listen now:

First thing’s first: FASCIA Stay Healthy New England

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Stay Healthy Podcast - Michelle's Pelvic Pain Journey

Past blog posts that might interest you:

MY NATURAL PROTOCOL FOR URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS

8 NATURAL TIPS FOR IC + PFD FLARES

12 THINGS TO DO INSTEAD OF WATCHING NETFLIX WHEN YOU HAVE A CHRONIC ILLNESS

HOW PELVIC FLOOR PHYSIOTHERAPY CAN HELP INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS PAIN

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