Your pelvic floor muscles are responsible for a number of functions, from assisting bladder and bowel control to supporting the pelvic organs. Pregnancy, aging, and a variety of other factors can lead to a weakening of these muscles.
Pelvic Floor Muscle Therapy utilizes a range of exercises that contract and relax the pelvic floor muscles, thereby stretching and strengthening them. For patients who have difficulty identifying and coordinating their pelvic floor muscles, biofeedback and electrical muscle stimulation may be used to help them see and feel how their muscles should respond.
These painless and effective procedures are designed to improve conditions through in-office visits while teaching patients how to properly perform the exercises at home.