What Causes Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles?

What Causes Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles?

Tight pelvic floor muscles are not always a result of trauma or injury and can occur from lifestyle and habits. Tight pelvic floor muscles are not gender or age-specific unlike what most people think. Finally, tight pelvic floor muscles can exist without you having...
Why Does Pudendal Neuralgia Come and Go?

Why Does Pudendal Neuralgia Come and Go?

According to the Global Library of Women’s Medicine, 1% of the population experiences Pudendal Neuralgia and 4% of chronic pelvic pain is due to Pudendal Neuralgia. In order to understand why pudendal neuralgia comes and goes, we need to first understand where...
How Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Done?

How Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Done?

The thought of pelvic floor therapy may make you nervous, especially if you are a man and are told you need pelvic floor therapy done. To put your mind at rest, let me tell you that pelvic floor therapy does not have to include internal manual work; in fact, in almost...
Will Pelvic Floor Exercises Help Incontinence?

Will Pelvic Floor Exercises Help Incontinence?

Regardless of the different causes of incontinence, there are definitely exercises that you need to do to either help get rid of incontinence, prevent it from getting worse while working on the cause, or slow down its progression. The right exercises will strengthen...
How Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Done?

Will Pelvic Floor Exercises Make Me Tighter?

Categorically, pelvic floor exercises are done by 2 groups of people: Those who have pelvic floor issues and those who are interested in medical spa features, tightening the muscles of the pelvic floor which may not necessarily cause any symptoms. The common symptoms...