The pelvic floor muscles and the fascial system (connective tissue) both support the organs within the pelvic cavity (the bladder, the uterus and the rectum). When the pelvic floor and the fascia have been damaged, one or a combination of the pelvic organs can descend into the vagina.Read More
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Optimization of Pelvic Floor Health in Pregnancy
Preparing for Delivery
Preventative Pelvic Floor Exercises
”Re-education” of the Pelvic Floor and Abdominals in the Postpartum Period
Bowel movements are supposed to be soft and formed, easy to initiate, easy to pass and the person should feel completely empty afterwards. When this is not the case, and underlying medical causes have been ruled out, physiotherapy may be able to help.Read More
One role of the pelvic floor muscles is to keep stool, gas and urine in until you choose to pass them. When stool, gas or urine escapes involuntarily (or when you do not consciously choose to pass them) this is called incontinence.Read More