Maternal Physiotherapy: Rehabilitation of Pelvic Floor Disorders
The pelvic floor muscles are part of the abdominal muscles, which are involved in supporting the bodys posture and internal organs.
The pelvic floor muscles are part of the abdominal muscles and participate in the support of the body, posture and internal organs. Muscles in the pelvic floor also affect sexual pleasure, urination, and excretion.
Pelvic floor dysfunction can occur at any stage of life, but pregnancy and childbirth predispose to pelvic floor problems. Problems with urinary, air, or fecal retention, pain, or pressure in the pelvic floor are, for example, pelvic floor problems that can be treated with physiotherapy during pregnancy or after childbirth. The pelvic floor muscles may be too tight, weak, or it may be difficult to identify or activate the muscles properly.
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Follow-up 45 min 75€
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