Our approach is to offer very personal and sensitive care,
with patient comfort a high priority.
We pride ourselves in good communication with you
and effective solutions.
The group of specialists will meet to discuss each condition and all patients' situations and then decide together which method is most suited for each individual's problem.
Nearly 25% of women experience pelvic floor problems.
Pelvic floor problems can affect a woman's ability to sit for long periods
of time, enjoy sexual activity, travel long distances in a car
or participate in everyday tasks.
The pelvic floor supports and effects many important parts of the lower body including the vagina, bladder, rectum and uterus. When the pelvic floor becomes too weak or too tight, it can lead to further medical issues.
Urinary incontinence occurs when the pelvic floor muscles become too weak. This causes urine to leak out of a person involuntarily. Urinary incontinence can happen to anyone, but is most common in women who have given birth or women over 50.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Pelvic floor dysfunction is a condition where the pelvic floor muscles behave abnormally. Women who have pelvic floor muscles that are too tight may start to experience extreme pain, which includes pain with intercourse..
People with overactive bladders feel the sudden uncontrollable urge to urinate and urinate often. One cause of this condition is weak pelvic floor muscles.
Prolapse is a drop in the female pelvic organs due to a weak pelvic floor. This condition can be corrected through surgery or physiotherapy.
Constipation as a result of abnormal anatomy of the anorectal level (rectocele).
Vulvodynia is a pelvic nerve pain condition that can often go hand-in-hand with having pelvic floor dysfunction. When pelvic muscles become too tight, women may experience stabbing or shooting nerve pain.
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