Pelvic Floor Therapy and all it is about

It is typical for athletes and people who perform physical exercise regularly to frequently feel soreness and discomfort, especially in parts of the body they have exerted. It is therefore not a significant concern when you feel these symptoms. However, if you experience these frequently, even without physical activity, it may indicate an underlying condition. An example of such a condition is pelvic floor dysfunction. Treatment through pelvic floor therapy Boca Raton is effective. More about this treatment plan is discussed below.

What is Pelvic Floor Therapy?

This treatment plan helps alleviate issues affecting the pelvic floor. This encompasses exercises that assist in managing symptoms such as discomfort, pain, and hindrances to the quality of your life.

The pelvic floor includes the muscles that hold together your reproductive and urinary tracts. These muscles also control your bowels and bladder.

The pelvic floor in women keeps the rectum and vagina in the back and the bladder in the front. Tendons and connective tissue hold the uterus on top of the floor. It keeps the bladder, bowels, rectum, and urethra in place in men.

Pelvic floor muscles attach your pubic bone and tailbone. Pelvic floor dysfunction is the situation where the associated muscles do not perform as they should or are weak.

When you contract pelvic floor dysfunction, these muscles do not perform well and can not tighten or relax. This can lead to:

  •         Frequent peeing
  •         Constipation
  •         Pain during sex in women
  •         Difficulty in controlling your urine or bowels causing leaks
  •         Erectile dysfunction in men

The primary cause of pelvic floor dysfunction is not well known. However, various triggers may include:

  •         Aging
  •         Pelvic surgery
  •         Being overweight
  •         Pregnancy
  •         Extreme injuries to the pelvic region
  •         Overuse of the pelvic muscles

Pelvic floor therapy is a unique physical therapy method done to alleviate the symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction, making muscles work as they are supposed to. This involves multiple exercises that assist your pelvic muscles to get stronger by relaxing.

Your physical therapist will have to learn about your condition when you initially start pelvic floor therapy. This involves finding out your level of core endurance and checking how strong your core muscles are. Various positions and activities examine how your pelvic floor muscles coordinate.

All of these assist the physical therapist in formulating a therapy plan suitable for your needs. This most likely includes both external and internal therapy. Internal therapy, however, only starts when ready as it can be discomforting. This therapy eases your symptoms, enabling you to return to your everyday routines. This also means you can participate in exercises and sports to control your body better.

The discomfort some women feel during sex can be eliminated by physical therapy. These exercises may also enhance their muscle awareness, achieving better orgasms.

Your pelvic region can be pretty sensitive due to its proximity to delicate body parts. Therefore, injuries or concerns around these areas are handled with more attention. For any pelvic floor therapy inquiries, visit us online, or call our offices in Boca Raton, FL.

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