Your pelvic floor muscles run like a hammock from your pubic bone to your tailbone, supporting your bladder, uterus, urethra and rectum. These muscles and ligaments hold your organs in place and help them function properly.
Many factors can change how your pelvic muscles work, including pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, surgeries, age, weight and lifestyle. Men, women and children can be affected by pelvic floor dysfunction. Weak or tight muscles may cause issues with bladder or bowel control, changes in sexual function, difficulty emptying bowel or bladder, or pelvic pain and discomfort.
Many of these conditions can be treated with rehabilitation – and without surgery. Our specialized care of pelvic floor rehab specialists can help you regain health, confidence, comfort and quality of life.