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...
Pelvic Floor and Cycling

Pelvic Floor and Cycling

Pelvic floor dysfunction includes many signs and symptoms and its weakness (or spasm) comes with a wide range of presentations. When it comes to cycling, the actual sport and the level of difficulty play a role in the level of dysfunction that the individual may end...
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...
Everything You Need To Know About Male Incontinence

Everything You Need To Know About Male Incontinence

Incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction are impacting younger men more than ever before while traditionally, it was older men with an enlarged prostate who were the patients seeking care. The reason is the sedentary lifestyle that is putting us more at a disconnect...
Functional Urinary Incontinence

Functional Urinary Incontinence

Functional incontinence, also known as functional urinary incontinence, is the type of incontinence that has to do with the person’s lack of functionality and ability to make it to the bathroom in time! You should always remember that incontinence is one of the...