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Supporting Physical Therapy Training in Africa

Soul Source recently made a five-year commitment to donate dilators to the Kenyan Medical Training College in Nairobi, Kenya. They will be used to help instruct the region’s physical therapists on how to evaluate and treat pelvic floor dysfunction, an area of extreme need in Kenya. Soul Source is donating the dilators through the Jackson Clinics Foundation (JCF) program called Teach and Treat, a charity that works to train physical therapy professionals in Ethiopia and Kenya, and to improve the standard of care to those communities. They also strive to train advanced-level physical therapy practitioners and faculty who can lead...

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An Intimacy Game Changer for Relieving Painful Sex

An estimated 75% of women have experienced painful sex. Painful intercourse, termed deep dyspareunia (dis-puh-ROO-nee-uh), is defined as persistent or recurrent genital pain that occurs during deep penetrative intercourse. Painful sex can negatively impact a woman’s relationships, intimacy with her partner, and overall sexual self-confidence, as well as enjoyment of sex. A new product designed by a deep dyspareunia patient seeks to relieve the pain from deep penetration. The Ohnut Protector Ring is the first intimate wearable that allows the user to adjust the depth of penetration. Inspired by doughnut rings, the Ohnut features stackable, interlocking rings that can be...

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What is Lubricant Osmolality and How Can It Affect Vaginal Tissue?

Soul Source now carries a new personal lubricant, BioNude by Good Clean Love. It’s an all-natural, unflavored water-based lubricant that is iso-osmolar, meaning its osmolality is the same as vaginal tissue. So, what is osmolality? Personal lubricants come in a variety of options, from silicone-based and oil-based, to water-based, and hybrids of any and all of these. But depending on their chemical makeup, lubricants can also have varying levels of what scientists call osmolality.  Osmolality measures the concentration of dissolved particles per unit of water. The osmolality of a lubricant is important because the epithelial skin layer or the body’s...

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4 Ways To Have Pain-Free Sex Post Baby

By Dr. Susie Gronski, DPT, PRPC, WCS Sleepless nights. Countless diapers. Becoming a 24-hour baby buffet. Challenges you expect to face as a new mom. But painful sex? No one said anything about that.  Your first stab at post-baby sex can be mildly uncomfortable the first few seconds - perhaps a twinge or soreness, maybe sharpness or burning - but after that it should be smoooooth sailing.  Recurring pain during or after intercourse, otherwise known as dyspareunia, is not normal after childbirth - especially when healing periods have passed, typically at 6 weeks postpartum.  Here are just a few reasons...

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Menopause and Osteoporosis: How to Take Charge of Your Bone Health

By Sheryl Kraft One minute, I was walking across a bathroom floor in my hotel room in Arizona, heading from the shower to grab a bar of soap at the sink. The next minute, I was in the air, with only seconds to defend myself. In those seconds, my mind told me I was falling, and my body acted reflexively: my hands stretched themselves out in an effort to break the fall. But instead of breaking my fall, I landed on my palm, which put the force of the impact on my wrist. Minutes later, I was in an ambulance...

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