Did you know that, according to Physiopedia, 41% to 50% of women over 40 experience the effects of pelvic organ prolapse? Additionally, out of those who have urinary incontinence, only 17% of them seek help, with 46% having symptoms for 1 to 5 years.
If you’re experiencing urinary incontinence, you know how frustrating this situation can be.
Whether it’s because you’re an active athlete, you’ve just had a child and are experiencing it post-partum, or you need to start wearing diapers more frequently, this is a stressful experience for any woman.
Fortunately, with pelvic floor therapy, you can deal with this and get more control over it.
However, you might be wondering, “What is pelvic floor therapy?” If you aren’t sure, you might not be sure about trying this out.
That’s why we’ve put together this article. In it, we’ll review everything you need to know about pelvic floor physical therapy. Finally, you can feel like yourself again. Read on to learn more.