Physiotherapists help patients with strengthening muscles and allow better and pain-free mobility.
They use exercise to heal or relieve the pain endured by patients.
Exercise, contrary to popular belief, can be a great way to alleviate aching and prevent future discomfort or incidences that may cause that discomfort. Afterall…
“The Best Doctors are Sunshine, Water, Air, Exercise and Diet.”
Pelvic floor dysfunction is the inability to correctly relax and tighten your pelvic floor muscles.
Pelvic floor pilates can help men and women to ensure better health of your bodies.
The symptoms that may point out the need for you to see a physiotherapist and follow a pelvic floor pilates routine are as follows:
1. The lack of bladder control.
2. Pressure felt post-partum or post-surgery.
3. Frequency of the pressure to use the restroom.
4. Painful intercourse.
1 in 9 men and 1 in 3 women may be affected by this issue and there is no shame in seeking help to improve your quality of health and your life!
Learn more about pelvic floor pilates via the Health Your Own Way Podcast.