‘Just do kegels’ is tired. What’s next for this hot women’s health market?

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This past summer, legislation for postpartum pelvic floor physical therapy was introduced in the House of Representatives. That doesn’t necessarily mean an overhaul anytime soon, but it does signal that lawmakers are, at the very least, acknowledging healthcare gaps. Overall, pelvic floor physical therapy “continues to be underutilized by medical providers,” reports Heather Jeffcoat, president of the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy...

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