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  • Writer's pictureSusan Winograd PT

4 P's : Common Clues that you may have Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction

Our pelvic floor muscles play a critical role in our body's support and stability system. The pelvic floor muscles help to support the pelvic organs; the bladder, uterus and rectum and all the intensities that are directly above. Click Here With pelvic floor dysfunction there can be an inability to either strongly contract contract or fully relax these muscles. This can lead bowel, bladder and sexual dysfunction. It can also lead to digestive issues and impact your ability to generate movement efficiently from your core, both functional and during your exercise routine. There are several causes of Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction. The symptoms it leads to are


Click Here The most important thing is knowing that a pelvic floor physical therapist that can help you resolve these symptoms!! The longer symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction (such as pain in the pelvis, pain in the groin and hips, pain in the low back, leaking urine, pain with sex, constipation, incomplete evacuation or leaking stool ) persists the longer it may take to resolve. the longer it may take to resolve. Click Here to Watch this video The 4 P's : 4 Common clues that You May have Pelvic Floor Dysfunction   that may indicate that you could benefit from pelvic floor physical therapy. Visit me at: My Website: MidWife Freebie : Facebook: Facebook Group: YouTube: Instagram : The Breath ,The Core and the Pelvic Floor: Part 1 The Breath ,The Core and the Pelvic Floor: Part 2 The Breath, The Core and the Pelvic Floor Part 3 3 Strategies for Better breathing Understanding Pelvic Organ Prolapse Tight Pelvic Floor? 4Common Causes Common Breathing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

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