Pelvic Condition

Proactive Pelvic Care

Information from our Pelvic Health knowledge base

Proactive Pelvic Care

Part of the core muscle group, the pelvic floor muscles attach to your spine and pelvis, forming a hammock, thus supporting the organs within the pelvis.

When this hammock is slack (thus not supportive), the pelvic organs will begin to recline down and out of the pelvis. The consequence of this leads to incontinence (urinary or fecal), a heavy sensation in the pelvic, painful sex, and much more.

Proactive pelvic care involves caring for your pelvic floor muscles by preserving their strength and not giving them a chance to weaken.

Consult a Pelvic health specialist on how best to be proactive with your pelvic care routine.

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