Pain During Sex and how Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists can Help - Special Guest Dr. Brooke Kalisiak

October 1st, 2017

Sex feels great. Your body hums with energy, your mind reels with pleasure, and you feel bliss in its purest form. But what if it hurts? You probably won't be as excited to get back in the ring if you know it will only lead to pain. Many women suffer from pain during intercourse, known as Dyspareunia, and this can make women avoid, reduce the frequency, or outright stop having sex. Luckily, there are people that can help. Some physical therapists help you get your shoulder back in working order. Our guest in this episode works with women to revitalize their sex life by reducing pain with exercises and other therapies.


About our guest:

Dr. Brooke Kalisiak PT, DPT, WCS Legacy Physical Therapy


Brooke Kalisiak is the owner of of Legacy Physical Therapy LLC. She is a board
certified women's health physical therapist with a passion for treating pelvic issues such
as pelvic pain, bladder leakage, painful intercourse, and bowel dysfunction. She created
Legacy Physical Therapy to provide compassionate care and hope for women and men
with pelvic issue. She has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and a Master of Science in
Physical Therapy from Washington University in Saint Louis. She completed her
undergraduate degree at Princeton University in New Jersey, where she also played
NCAA Division I basketball. Besides treating patients, Brooke also enjoys mentoring the
next generation of physical therapy students at Washington University. When not
working she enjoys spending time with her husband and 11 year old son hiking, bike
riding, or doing taekwondo.

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