Menopause is a natural and transformative phase in a woman's life. While it can bring about various physical changes, pelvic floor issues don't have to be an inevitable part of the process.
Pelvic floor physiotherapy, a specialized approach to address pelvic health concerns, has emerged as an effective option for children struggling with constipation.
In PART TWO let’s discuss what your pelvic floor physiotherapist considers when making an individualized plan with you as you return to movement and exercise.
An individualized assessment by a qualified pelvic floor physiotherapist can help answer your questions and give you an individualized plan based on your needs.
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Many patients find it helpful to write down their main concerns and questions before they come in. Your therapist will also ask additional questions may be about bowel/bladder habits, GI concerns, pain, intercourse/sexual activity, physical activity, stress, and sleep.