Did you know more than one third of women in the United States suffer from a pelvic floor disorder, which can include urinary incontinence, painful sex, bowel symptoms and pelvic pain? But unfortunately a great number accept their symptoms as a normal consequence of childbirth or aging. Worse yet, some care providers even them shrug off as such. And while pelvic floor disorders are all too common, they are not normal. That's why Jessica McKinney co-instructor of our new Manual Therapy and Pregnancy course, founded Share Mayflowers, a public health and awareness campaign focused primarily on the under-discussed topics of female pelvic and perinatal health.