Your pelvic floor muscles play an important role in your in your bladder, bowel, and sexual functions. Women of all ages can experience pelvic floor disorders because of trauma, pregnancy, or aging. Pelvic floor disorders – like urinary incontinence or pain during intercourse – while very common, may be uncomfortable to discuss and therefore too often, may go untreated. At Axia Women’s Health – Center for Urogynecology and Pelvic Health, we’re aiming to change that by empowering women with the resources, education, and access to quality care they need to navigate their pelvic floor concerns.
Axia’s Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Program combines breathwork, muscle coordination, and functional strength exercises to either strengthen weak muscles or relax tightened muscles, dependent on your condition. Axia’s pelvic floor physical therapy team takes a personalized approach to understanding your concerns and working with you to develop a plan to meet your specific needs. Our goal is to help you get back to living your normal, active, and healthy lifestyle.
To learn more, contact your Axia Urogynecology provider today.