Not everyone is aware that urine incontinence or pain during intercourse are not just "something you need to accept", but you can treat it!
Pelvic floor problems are an important topic, but still shameful for many. Many women have trouble talking about it with their doctors.
The pelvic floor muscles are located between the tailbone (coccyx) and the pubic bone within the pelvis.
Pelvic floor muscles are also known as "Kegel muscles".
they work with your deep abdominal (tummy) and deep back muscles and diaphragm to stabilize and support your spine.
Who's at risk?
Wait for more info about the pelvic floor in the next blog post! We will talk more about diagnosing and treatment. Theraphysical cures pelvic floor.
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