The Link Between Lower Back Pain and Pelvic Floor Problems

Do you suffer from lower back pain? If so, you’re not alone as about  80 percent of all Americans deal with it during some point in their lives. There are many reasons for lower back pain. One of the most commonly overlooked causes is PFD or pelvic floor disorders. Here’s how lower back pain may be caused by problems with … Read More

Incontinence? Kegels May Not Be the Answer

If you’ve ever dealt with incontinence then you were probably told to “do more kegels.” This is based on a solid idea: stress incontinence (leaking urine when doing activities such as sneezing, coughing, or jumping) is caused by weak muscle tone in the pelvic floor, and the way to make weak muscles stronger is with exercise. Many women have found … Read More