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Pelvic Floor Strengthening

Pelvic Floor Strengthening

Struggling from Pelvic Floor Discomfort? Is the fear of bladder leakage troubling you?

Don’t Suffer Any More! 

Understanding Pelvic Floor: A Vital Support System

The pelvic floor is a crucial network of muscles and tissues that provides essential support to various pelvic organs, such as the bladder and bowel. In women, it extends its support to the uterus and vagina as well. These muscles play a pivotal role in maintaining the proper positioning and functionality of these organs. By offering structural support, the pelvic floor ensures the effective functioning and well-being of the pelvic region. We specialize in addressing pelvic floor concerns and providing personalized care to optimize your pelvic health.
A Pelvic Floor Disorder is a condition characterized by the weakening or injury of the muscles and connecting tissues within the pelvic floor. This often leads to discomfort and a range of issues, including urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. While both men and women can be affected, it’s more commonly observed in women.

Most Common Pelvic Floor Disorders

Urinary Incontinence

A prevalent condition characterized by the involuntary leakage of urine, impacting daily life and activities.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Occurs when pelvic organs, such as the bladder, uterus, or rectum, descend into the vaginal canal due to weakened pelvic floor muscles.

Anal Incontinence

Involuntary loss of control over bowel movements, leading to fecal leakage or difficulty in maintaining continence.

Pregnancy and Childbirth

The beautiful journey of motherhood can sometimes impact pelvic floor muscles.

Old Age

As time unfolds, age-related changes may affect the strength and resilience of the pelvic floor.


Extra weight can strain the pelvic floor, contributing to the development of these disorders.

Heavy Weight Lifting

Pumping iron is fantastic, but excessive weight lifting can strain those crucial pelvic muscles.

Previous Pelvic Surgery

Past surgeries can leave a mark, potentially affecting the integrity of the pelvic floor.

Strenuous Exercises

While exercise is essential, extreme workouts might exert extra pressure on the pelvic region.

Pelvic Floor Therapy/ Rehabilitation: Our Approach

Physical Evaluation and Assessment

In-depth analysis to understand your unique needs and challenges.

Pelvic Floor Muscle Training (PFMT)

Targeted exercises to enhance the strength and endurance of pelvic floor muscles.

Bladder and Bowel Retraining

Strategies to optimize control and function, promoting continence.

Manual Therapy and Myofascial Release

Hands-on techniques addressing muscle tension and promoting flexibility.

Relaxation and Diaphragmatic Breathing

Techniques fostering relaxation and enhancing breathing patterns.

Biofeedback/Electrical Stimulation

Utilizing technology to provide visual or auditory feedback, enhancing awareness and control.

Lifestyle Modifications

Guidance on lifestyle adjustments to support and maintain pelvic health.

Wondering when Pelvic Floor therapy can help you?

Whether your pelvic floor muscles are tight, weak, or causing discomfort, our specialized therapy can help. It’s not just about aging; issues may arise from pregnancy, childbirth, or even among young athletes. Maintaining a healthy pelvic floor is essential for everyone, regardless of age or gender. Our Pelvic Health or Women’s Health physiotherapy has shown efficacy in addressing and preventing various conditions.

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