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Interstitial Cystitis: A Missing Piece

Updated: Feb 14

What's something that's misunderstood or overlooked when treating complex patients with IC?



For interstitial cystitis, a common 'missing piece' is neural tension of the sciatic nerve.


It's a testament to how difficult IC is to treat we considered a few other 'missing pieces.' We thought about highlighting the 'IC Diet', superficial pelvic floor muscles, constipation, urachus, inner thighs, calves or ischiorectal fascia.



Interstitial Cystitis: A Missing Piece
 

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We kept coming back to the sciatic nerve and the major role it plays in urinary urgency, frequency and/ or interstitial cystitis.


In this 'sode we discuss the evaluation and treatment of neural tension and how it can transform how you treat patients with IC and urinary issues.

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As Nicole said in the full 'sode of the podcast on this topic...


"If a patient presents with increased urinary urgency or frequency, I'm prioritizing neural tension of the sciatic nerve most of the time during the evaluation and treating it early on". -Nicole Cozean, Pelvic PT Rising Podcast

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Nicole Cozean, PT, DPT, WCS


Founder of Pelvic PT Rising and PelvicSanity Physical Therapy in Southern California.


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Jesse Cozean, MBA


Co-founder of the Pelvic PT Rising and the Rising Podcast.


Jesse uses his business experience to help pelvic health business owners start and grow their practices so they can build a practice that truly works for them. From website design, SEO, conversions, marketing, finance and money mindset, he wants to make the process of owning your own practice easier and fun.

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