Can Emsella Chair Therapy Make Incontinence Worse?

Can Emsella Chair Therapy Make Incontinence Worse?

Urinary incontinence is more prevalent than ever before and is one of the many symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction. Despite the stereotype, I see pelvic floor dysfunction with or without incontinence, in people in their late teens to twenties quite often. If you have...
Can Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Cause Leg Pain?

Can Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Cause Leg Pain?

Pelvic floor dysfunction is perhaps one of the least understood conditions among people and physicians. It is most often understood as having a weak pelvic floor and then the treatment is looked at as internal manual work on the inside of the pelvis through the vagina...
Lower Cross Syndrome and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Lower Cross Syndrome and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Lower Cross Syndrome is a term that not everyone is familiar with and goes hand in hand with pelvic floor dysfunction. If pelvic floor dysfunction was the name of a book, lower cross syndrome would be a chapter of that book! I strongly suggest you look through my...
Where Are Pelvic Floor Muscles?

Where Are Pelvic Floor Muscles?

Most people associate pelvic floor dysfunction with incontinence or pain with intercourse. If pelvic floor dysfunction was the name of a book, incontinence, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse (anally and/or vaginally), hip pain, sacroiliac pain, lower back pain,...
Coccyx Pain, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and Posture

Coccyx Pain, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and Posture

The coccyx or tailbone has been getting a lot of notoriety these days more than likely because of our sedentary life which not only requires sitting on our seat bone BUT also dealing with the consequence of sitting on posture and movement in general. Look at this blog...