- Pelvic floor dysfunction can be caused by Weak pelvic floor muscles (HYPOTONICITY) or Tight pelvic floor muscles (HYPERTONICITY). Incontinence is NOT a normal part of aging.
- Pelvic floor (PF) muscles function to support pelvic floor organs, assist in urinary and fecal continence, aid in sexual performance (orgasm), stabilize connecting joints, and act as a venous and lymphatic pump for the pelvis.
- Proper strength, muscle length and coordination are required to avoid dysfunction.
How Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Can Help You
A physiotherapist specialized in Pelvic Health, specifically uses internal treatment techniques like progressive strengthening exercise, connective tissue massage, trigger point release, behavioral techniques, biofeedback for the pelvic floor muscles, connective tissues and nerves to address your pelvic problems like Incontinence, Urinary frequency/Urgency, Uterus, rectal and bladder prolapse, Interstitial Cystitis, Non bacterial chronic Prostatitis, Chronic pelvic pain syndrome, dyspareunia, Dysmenorrhea, Vaginismus, Vulvodynia, Endometriosis, Pudendal nerve irritation, Post partum Complication and Post surgical Management.