Some women started to have weakened pelvic floor at young age. Most occur due to pregnancy, birth, menopause or weakened core muscles. Signs of weakened pelvic floor include urine leakage while coughing, sneezing, running, hopping, uncontrollable urine hold and uncontrollable air release during movements like forward bend. Pelvic Floor Strengthening Therapy assists to have women able to perform their daily physical activities and feeling strong.
Pelvic Floor Strengthening Therapy is meant to activate the pelvic floor muscles, getting the muscles to activate and release, using myofascial release, working on diaphragmic breathing exercises, exercising and strengthening other related muscles such as obliques, multifidus, transverse abdominus, that are linked or co-related to the weakening.