Our Pelvic floor is an area of the body that lots of people know they should
care for, but do you know what that really involves?
The pelvic floor us a group of muscles, ligaments, fascia and other
connective tissue that sits on the bottom and inside of your pelvis and is
involved in lots of functions through the human body including
reproduction, continence management and sexual function.
Throughout our training as osteopaths, we are taught that structure and
function are reciprocally related – meaning a change in one can affect the
This also applies to osteopathy superficially on the pelvic floor.
It is not just the muscles we look at – it is the pelvic alignment, pressure
management systems, posture, hormonal changes, chronic
coughing/sneezing, chronic straining from constipation, frequent heavy
lifting, and poor abdominal support/bracing.
Pelvic floor dysfunction can have a significant impact on an individual’s physical, emotional, and social well-being. As pelvic floor therapists, we strive to empower individuals by creating a safe and supportive environment to address their concerns. By raising awareness, providing education, and normalizing discussions about pelvic floor health, we aim to break the stigma associated with pelvic floor dysfunction.
Our practitioners are specially trained in both external and internal
treatment of the pelvic floor, and can help you achieve your goals with
realistic aims and supportive advice.
To find out more speak to our friendly team today!