10 reasons you need to find a Pelvic Floor Therapist
Updated: Jun 25, 2020
Your pelvic floor is working 24/7, and some of its job duties may surprise you.
Support. Pelvic floor muscles act like a hammock supporting your bladder, colon, rectum, vagina, cervix and uterus.
Stabilization. Working in unison with your hip muscles, your lumbar spine and your diaphragm, pelvic floor muscles stabilize your hips and trunk, helping you to stand upright, walk and shimmy.
Lymphatic drainage. Arteries push fluids out through your body, and most of that fluid comes back through your veins. But the lymphatic system that drains the rest relies on the movement of muscles like those of the pelvic floor, without which you would reach unprecedented levels of bloat.
Maintaining continence. Pelvic floor muscles help your bladder and rectum open and close on demand when you need to pee and poop (and when you need not to).
Sexual sensation. Those same muscles that squeeze to keep your pee from leaking are the muscles that contract and release during the Big O. That’s an involuntary contraction but you can also consciously work those muscles to increase sensation during pants-off dance-offs.
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