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Isa Herrera, Master of Physical Therapy & Founder of Pelvic Pain Relief

Health is wealth, right? Many of you have New Year’s resolutions to be healthier in 2018. So, I thought it would be appropriate to bring on a guest today who is an expert on, particularly, pelvic relief. The topic is a little sensitive, a little private. Sometimes we don’t talk about this issue very openly.

Both for men and women, particularly us moms after having babies, this can be an area of tension and pain. But as Isa says, “If your pelvis isn’t healthy, your money can’t be healthy.” What’s that correlation about? Isa will explain.

She’s a licensed physical therapist and an expert in women’s health. She’s the founder of pelvicpainrelief.com, which is an online educational portal. Isa also has a healing center here in New York City. She is the author of five books on the topic of women’s health and she says that her passion for pelvic health was born from her own personal hardships after the birth of her first daughter, Ella. Isa also talks about the benefits of growing up poor, the childhood experiences that transformed her relationship with money and has benefited her as an entrepreneur and as someone who is very So Money.

To learn more about Isa visit pelvicpainrelief.com or follow her on Twitter @IsaPelvicHealer.

To receive the female pelvic freedom checklist visit pelvicpainrelief.com/pelvicstarterkitb. Isa is also hosting a FREE Live Masterclass on January 17, 2018, you can join here: pelvicpainrelief.com/fpa-jan-2018-webinar-optin.

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