For individuals who have had issues with their pelvic muscles, an expert may have suggested pelvic floor exercises. You may have started doing them or added a Kegels Device into the equation, depending on your preferences. However, did you know that you could try more pelvic floor physical therapy for better results?

Yes, you can do that to tone your Pelvic Floor Muscles. Below are some additional benefits you may enjoy in the process.

Tone Weak Pelvic Floor Muscles

One of the major benefits of these exercises is toning your pelvic floor area. With an efficient pelvic floor exercise routine, you can be assured of positive results after some time. You can talk to your physician or physical therapist for their recommendations in this case.

Help with Pelvic Organ Prolapse

If you have a weak pelvic floor, you may be in for a rude shock when organ prolapse comes calling. A pelvic organ prolapse is a condition brought about when the bladder, rectum, uterus, and other pelvic organs start descending downwards and bulging through the vaginal wall. However, if you are well into your physical therapy routine, you may get a solution to this, as the exercises will not only offer solutions but they can prevent the problem from happening.

Help with Bladder Issues

There are many bladder issues that most people may not be wary of until they affect them. They include urinary frequency and urgency because of an overactive bladder or urinary leakages, also referred to as incontinence. If you have been diagnosed with any of these problems, you can talk to your pelvic floor therapist for advice. They can then devise or help you to come up with a routine or specialized treatment option that will include physical therapy to gain control over the symptoms while also reducing the need for invasive medication and surgery options.

Help Against Pain During Intercourse

Incontinence and loose vaginal walls come with different problems, including affecting your self-esteem, confidence, and intimate life. Most people with such problems will confess that their bedroom life has become chaos, yet they do not know how they can get around the problem. Luckily, if you talk to your physician, they can suggest the best solutions. The solutions do not have to be surgical, but instead, they can include physical pelvic floor therapy for strengthening the affected muscles.