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...
Who Is Pelvic Floor Therapy For?

Who Is Pelvic Floor Therapy For?

Most people think pelvic floor therapy is for those with incontinence, prolapse, pain in their testicles, penile pain, or painful intercourse. Unfortunately, this false thinking is not just among the general public but many specialists such as gynecologists,...
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...
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...