Featured in 2017 Shape magazine article, Evelyn Hecht, PT and singer, actress, new mom & author, Kelly Rowland discuss Diastasis Recti and how to regain strong abs after baby
Evelyn gives her awareness, tips, exercises and how to heal from diastasis recti that naturally occurs in over 60% of pregnant women.
Evelyn Hecht, PT, ATC, featured as an expert online for Cosmopolitan: 12 Everyday Things You Can Do For a Happier Vagina
Evelyn was recently interviewed by a reporter with Cosmopolitan online and is featured as an expert resource with 3 tips on "Everyday Things You Can Do for a Happier Vagina." Check out her tips, #10-12, here:
Evelyn Hecht, PT, ATC, featured on WPPB 88.3 Real Life
Evelyn was recently interviewed on Hamptons based radio show Real Life, with host John Christopher, raising awareness about Pelvic Floor Dysfunction by discussing a variety of topics including:
- What is the pelvic floor?
- Causes of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Treatment for gastrointestinal issues, such as IBD
- Treatment for endometriosis
- Pelvic floor pain in men
- And the PelvicTrack App she created
You can listen to the entire interview, which originally aired 6/10/16, here!
Physical Therapy Where You Need it Most
Evelyn Hecht, PT, ATC adds her voice to the blog of Every Mother Counts.
"She shared with us more insight into how this type of program is especially important during pregnancy and postpartum when women’s core and pelvic floor muscles are put to the test.
There are two disorders that contribute to many pre/postpartum complications involving the low back, pelvis, hip, bowel, and bladder:"
Should Every Man Do Kegels?
Haylin Belay writes about male pelvic floor exercises and their benefits.
"Kegels, also known as pelvic floor exercises, first entered public discourse as a method for treating urinary incontinence in postpartum women—not an especially sexy endeavor. But these days, you’re more likely to read about them as an option for women who simply want to “tighten” their vaginas and improve their orgasms.
What many people don’t realize, however, is that Kegels aren’t just for vaginas—people with penises can reap the benefits of pelvic floor exercises, too! Yes, ~male Kegels~ are a thing."http://fusion.net/story/252344/how-male-kegels-work/