Pelvic Floor Disorders
Pelvic floor disorders are conditions affecting the proper function of a woman’s pelvic organs. These conditions include prolapse or sagging of the organs, problems with bladder and bowel function, as well as the weakening of pelvic muscles and connective tissues.
There are many treatments available for these conditions, ranging from pelvic floor muscle training and lifestyle changes to nerve stimulation and surgical procedures.
Treatments, Tests and Therapies
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