Professional and confidential advice/education regarding patients’ diagnosis;
Private, individual assessments to determine the best personalized treatment plan;
Individually customized plans for long-term care.
Some statistics say that 65 to 70% of people who learned pelvic floor exercises from friends, books or online, are not doing them appropriately.
It is important to do abdominal exercises appropriately. Pelvic floor pressure can be increased due to poor abdominal muscle training techniques. Pelvic floor pressure can be decreased with properly designed abdominal and back exercises.
Pelvic pain can be related to the inability to relax the pelvic floor muscles. A decrease in this tension can be learned using manual techniques as well as with the use of EMG biofeedback.