Males don’t have a pelvic floor.
Both males & females have a pelvic floor. You can find your pelvic floor by stopping the flow of urine mid-stream or tightening the muscles used when passing gas.
Some people can’t strengthen their pelvic floor due to age or pregnancy.
You can benefit from Pelvic Floor PT at any age & at PT Now your physical therapy is designed specifically for you according to age, ability, and health.
Incontinence can’t be stopped without medication or surgery.
A specific sequence of events including a specialized physical therapy plan can stop incontinence without the need for medication and surgery.
Kegel exercises are all you need to build up your pelvic floor muscles.
You can strengthen your muscles easily by watching “how to videos” and online instruction. Kegel exercises can be one way to strengthen the pelvic floor; however, there is much more!
Beware! Some exercises can actually cause problems with your core and pelvic floor; so it’s important to have a professional physical therapist guide you.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is a female medical problem!
PFD is a medical issue that is experienced by both males & females.