The Musculoskeletal Mystery: How To Solve Your Pelvic Floor Symptoms is a book that is a collection of information designed to help you feel less alone. It contains information that can change people’s lives, information aligned with the most current science and illuminated by the stories of real patients. Armed with the knowledge in this book, Ingrid’s patients have gained a growing understanding of their pelvic floor, pelvis, and beyond and this has transformed their relationship with their own bodies. Ingrid’s pelvic physical therapy patients inspire her with their progress every day. She hopes that sharing this information, empowers you to participate in your own healing journey to reach for and achieve your body’s own unique potential.
Written By: Ingrid Harm-Ernandes with Desert Harvest’s own Heather Florio
About the Author:
Ingrid Harm-Ernandes has been a physical therapist for over 37 years and a Women’s Health specialist for over 25 years. She is board certified in Women’s Health (WCS) and Pelvic Floor Biofeedback. Working in the Duke University Health System since 2001, Ingrid treats a wide variety of pelvic patients in the Urogynecology and Physical Therapy clinics.
In addition to her clinical work, she is the co-director and mentor for the Women’s Health Physical Therapy Residency Program, responsible for the Women’s Health team program development, and participates in Pelvic Floor Disorders Network (PFDN) research projects.
Nationally, Ingrid has served on various committees for The American for Urogynecologic Society (AUGS). She also enjoys presenting on the importance of recognizing and assessing the pelvic musculoskeletal system. She has presented on pelvic physical therapy-related topics including sexual dysfunction, prolapse, pelvic pain, vulvar pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, and the mysteries of the musculoskeletal system for various national and international organizations. Ingrid lives in North Carolina with her husband, Greg, and son, Daniel.
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