What is Pelvic Floor Disorder?In most common cases the pelvic floor is discussed in reference to women’s health. When pelvic floor is referred, the concerned area is the layer of muscles, organs, nerves and connective tissues that sit in the bottom of the pelvis. The Pelvic organs are the bladder, uterus and bowel. The pelvic becomes weak after the childbirth, surgery, disease or injury, among which the most common cause of pelvic floor disorders is childbirth which leads to pain, sexual dysfunction and incontinence. A lot of women are embarrassed to discus pelvic disorders with doctors or health care professionals. One of those health care professionals are physical therapists. However most often, they are forgotten. Physical therapists specialise in rehabilitation using various techniques that focus on internal and external pain reduction. They can suggest and curate manual therapy, pelvic floor exercises, core stability exercises, relaxation exercises, etc. Those who suffer pelvic disorders should understand that the treatments are available for it.
How can you identify? What are the indications?
- Pelvic dysfunction
- Pelvic pain
- Fecal incontinence
- Urinary incontinence etc.
- The treatment is non-invasive and painless
- It has no side effects
- It has high success rate
- It is covered by most insurance plans