If the pelvic floor is too tight, and/or weak, it can lead to pain, and dysfunction in the pelvic floor itself, as well as instability, or inflammation in the spine, SIJ, or hips. Additionally, pelvic floor dysfunction can cause leaking, constipation, pain with intercourse, or penetration. If you are struggling with any of these issues, you will benefit from a consultation with our pelvic floor specialist. Everybody and anybody benefits from pelvic floor training.
Normal strength and coordination is a key component to healthy movement, and stability of the spine, pelvis, and hip complex. Training the pelvic floor post injury is vital for full recovery the missing piece in your core program Normal function of the pelvic floor is vital for proper recovery of any orthopaedic injury, especially involving the lumbar spine, pelvis and hip. The core involves many different muscles, but mainly the transverse abdominus, multifidus, diaphragm and pelvic floor. An unsuccessful treatment history of lumbar and hip pain could be due to pelvic floor dysfunction. Child birth, pelvic/abdominal surgery, diastasis recti, or any bowel or bladder dysfunction can contribute to your lack of healing.