There are several ways to know if your pelvic floor is weak. A major indication of a weak pelvic floor is experiencing difficulty controlling your bladder or bowels. You may also have pelvic pain, back pain, and trouble with sexual function if your pelvic floor muscles are weak. If you think you might have pelvic floor dysfunction, talk to your doctor or a pelvic floor physiotherapist, who can help identify the cause and recommend exercises to improve the strength and function of your pelvic floor muscles.
The best way to activate your pelvic floor is through Physiotherapy. Our Physiotherapists will assess your situation and create a personalized treatment plan that includes exercises tailored just for you to help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles so that you can start making progress and achieving your goals.
If your pelvic floor is working properly, you should be able to contract, hold, and relax the muscles. Physiotherapists can help you assess if your pelvic floor is functioning optimally. They will create a personalized treatment plan for you that includes exercises tailored just for you to help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles so that you can start making progress and achieving your goals.
Weak pelvic floor muscles can be caused by many things, like when you have a baby, when you are pregnant when you get older, or if you are overweight. But don’t worry, our physiotherapists can help! They will create a plan that includes exercises to help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and other techniques to help improve your symptoms. With their help, you can start making progress and feeling better!
Yes, our Physiotherapists can help treat pelvic pain. After assessing your specific situation, they may create a personalized treatment plan for you that may include manual therapy techniques, exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, and lifestyle advice. This may include advice on how to improve your posture, diet, and exercise habits. With the help of our Physiotherapists, you can start making progress toward achieving your goals and reducing your pelvic pain.
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy can be effective in helping with incontinence. Our Physiotherapists will help create a treatment plan that is tailored specifically for you. With their help, you can start making progress and achieve your goals!
First, you should make an appointment with one of our physiotherapists. They will assess your current situation and give you a personalized treatment plan that includes pelvic floor exercises tailored just for you. They will also show you how to do the exercises properly so that you can get the most out of them. With their help, you can start making progress toward achieving your goals!
Our physiotherapists can assess your pelvic floor strength and stability. If it is determined that your pelvic floor needs to be relaxed, we will create a personalized treatment plan tailored just for you. This may include exercises, manual therapy techniques, and breathing strategies to help you regain control of your pelvic floor and improve your overall performance.
We recommend wearing comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. You may also need to wear shorts or a skirt depending on the type of assessment our physiotherapist will be conducting. Rest assured that all Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy sessions are conducted in a professional and respectful manner, so please don’t hesitate to ask any questions you may have.
Yes, walking is a great way to help relax and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. At Human Integrated Performance, we often recommend that our patients incorporate walking into their Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy treatment plan. Walking can help reduce tension in the pelvic floor and improve overall mobility. In addition, it’s a great low-impact exercise that can be done almost anywhere!
Yes, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is an effective way to treat urinary incontinence. Our experienced physiotherapists will assess your pelvic floor strength and identify any issues that may be causing or exacerbating your incontinence. Then they will create a personalized treatment plan designed just for you, which may include exercises, manual therapy techniques, and breathing strategies to help you regain control of your incontinence. With our comprehensive approach, you can expect to start seeing results fairly quickly!