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Male Pelvic Pain Explained: Steve’s Success Story
Thursday, April 7th, 2016 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
By Elizabeth Akincilar-Rummer I am happy to say that in March we celebrated our one year anniversary in our Boston area office In February 2016 we were excited to welcome our new staff, Melissa Hines, DPT, staff physical therapist and Erika Toronto, Administrative Assistant. It h... Read more
Male Pelvic Pain Explained: Tommy’s Success Story
Wednesday, January 6th, 2016 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
Happy New Year everyone We are excited to announce that Liz and Stephanies book, Pelvic Pain Explained, is on sale here If you are on the road to recovery from pelvic pain, or know someone who is, you need to read Pelvic Pain Explained. We wrote this book to help people with pelv... Read more
Foreskin or No Skin? Let’s Talk About Circumcision
Thursday, September 24th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
By Rachel Gelman In my previous post I talked about the anatomy of the male pelvic floor. The blog stirred up a lot of conversation among readers, with many requesting a part two. So here we areThis time, well take a look at a small part of the male anatomy that comes with a larg... Read more
Pelvic Pain Explained: A Sneak Peak!
Thursday, August 13th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
Earlier this year Liz and I completed our manuscript for our book, Pelvic Pain Explained. Writing it was a challenging process, to say the least. We are hopeful that this book will raise awareness about and help to demystify pelvic pain. By sharing our combined clinical experienc... Read more
A Patient’s Journey: How Mindful Meditation Can Heal Pelvic Pain Pt. 1
Thursday, June 11th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
By Casie Danenhauer, DPT This week,we will explore the mind-body connection that is often present in many of our patients with pelvic pain. Although wewill focus on a case study of female pelvic pain, staytuned in Im going to share great information formale and female individuals... Read more
Come Again? An Orgasm Guide
Thursday, June 4th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
By Allison Romero I remember coming of age as a hormonal teen- before the days of google believe it, hearing whispers about orgasms. It was like I went home for summer break with all of my childhood intact and when I came back to school in the fall, my peers were suddenly obsesse... Read more
Avoid the ‘Noid: Synthetic Cannabinoids and “Spiceophrenia”
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by Dirk Hanson
Like PCP all over again.Synthetic cannabis-like Spice drugs were first introduced in early 2004, and quickly created a global marketplace. But the drugs responsible for the psychoactive effects of Spice products werent widely characterized until late 2008. And only recently have ... Read more
The Y Chromosome: It's Official--Bigger Is Not Better!
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Cliffprf Mintz
New results by Jennifer F. Hughes and David C. Page from the Whitehead Institute in Cambridge MA published this week's in Nature Magazine suggest that the Y chromosome, despite it diminutive size, is a well conserved example of genetic parsimony that has evolved to the point wher... Read more
Would You End Your Pregnancy Because of Gender?
Wednesday, August 24th, 2011 by Linda Burke-Galloway
What would you do if you discovered early in your pregnancy that you were pregnant with a girl when you wanted a boy Would you terminate the pregnancy With the advent of a new DNA test that can determine the sex of a fetus at 7 weeks gestation with a simple blood or urine test, .... Read more
Clinic Notes: Sex Differences in Etiological Predictors of Autism
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010 by Gary Brown
Recently, we presented the results of some of our research at The American Psychological Society meeting in Boston. In several studies we have noted that the causes of autism are different for males and females. It is established that males are 4 to 5 times more likely to be diag... Read more
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