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About Pelvic Floor Muscle (Kegel) Exercises

The target of men pelvic floor physiotherapist is to improvise your pelvic floor muscles with the kegel exercises is to help you strengthen pelvic floor muscles,as these muscles support your bladder and bowel.

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To prevent your urine from leaking try to do a kegel exercise before these things given below:

1. When standing up
2. Walking
3. Walking to the bathroom
4. Sneezing
5. Coughing
6. Laughing

Doing these exercises will help you to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and decrease urinary leakage.

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Five Major Things to Know About Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor physiotherapy aims to improve pelvic floor function through exercises, lifestyle, education, and hands on treatment to reduce and eliminate your symptoms. This men pelvic floor physiotherapist provides therapy that involves assessing and treating a group of muscles that are involved with urinary,sexual and bowel function. If these muscles will not function properly, then it will lead to symptoms such as incontinence, increased, urgency, and pelvic pain, genital pain etc.

1. It’s Not Really Just About The Pelvic Floor

When your pelvic floor muscles are weak, this will lead to symptoms such as incontinence, prolapse, urinary urgency, and frequency. The pelvic floor is found to be weak, and pelvicl floor strengthening exercises play a most important role in helping improve these symptoms.

It is depending on what your symptoms are, Kegels are not always the best solution. The pelvic floor muscles can become tight. You may experience symptoms like pelvic pain, feeling incomplete bladder, bowel emptying, weak, and pain during or after sexual intercourse. These keys are indicative of tight pelvic floor muscles.

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3. Everyone Can Be Benefited From Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

a. Prenatal and Postpartum

Prenatal and postpartum are the most general times where pelvic floor concerns arise. They may experience symptoms like incontinence, heaviness, urgency and pain with sexual intercourse.

b. Postmenopause

Menopause women’s estrogen levels will reduce significantly. It turns out that estrogen is very important in maintaining optimal function in the pelvic floor region.

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c. Pelvic pain

Some general symptoms that women and men may be experiencing include incomplete bladder emptying,pelvic pain and many more. All these symptoms will be diminished through pelvic floor education, diet and life style modification and proper exercise guidance.

d. Post-surgery

After undergoing an abdominal surgery it is most general to experience pelvic floor concerns. Post-surgery pelvic floor physiotherapy treatment will improve scar mobilisation and help to reduce post surgery pain.

4. What Can You Expect During Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Treatment Tenure

a. Expectations With The Initial Sessions

Your physiotherapist will take a detailed history. Later an external and internal exam may be completed to assess the pelvic floor muscles. This will be settled vaginally and rectally with women and men. Give useful information about your pelvic muscles, and it’s not about experiencing uncomfortable with the procedure.

b. Expectations During Continuous Follow Up Sessions

The main focus will be on the treatment for your symptoms. Treatment will differ from individuals, and general treatment involves going through exercises, advice and lifestyle, therapy and relaxation techniques. There are other assessments that the physiotherapy will complete during the follow-up session.

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