Pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) is a term used to describe a variety of disorders including pelvic pain and various types of incontinence or constipation. Postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction can result from both traumatic deliveries and from those free of complications. Pelvic floor physical therapy is an excellent resource for any postpartum mother, with or without dysfunction, to regain muscle strength and resume exercise without risk of injury.
Members: Be sure to book your one-on-one time with Dr. Lindsay Moses, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist.
Dr. Moses and Dr. Saunders discuss the pediatric population and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. They clearly and concisely break the discussion up into sections on the topics of daytime wetting, nighttime wetting, constipation, psychological considerations, and treatment options.
There is so much misinformation on pelvic floor issues and pelvic floor physical therapy out there. So many of the issues have become normalized. It’s never normal to experience urinary incontinence or have pelvic pain with sex. Dr. Lindsay Moses & Dr. Erika Grace discuss these topics to provide accurate details.