All About Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles

All About Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles

The pelvic floor muscles function best when their resting tone is normal. These muscles will not keep it to themselves if this changes, and becomes either too low (lack of tone, soft, lax, weak) or too high (tense, rigid, overactive, short, also weak). In most cases...
Prolapse 102

Prolapse 102

Women often feel uncertain about available treatment options when they suspect a prolapse, or when diagnosed with one. Not knowing what to do, or believing there is nothing that can be done, some women delay or limit treatment.   “Pelvic organ prolapse is a...
Prolapse 101

Prolapse 101

Prolapse is a common condition for women, affecting approximately 50% of mums and 30% of all women. It happens when one or more pelvic organs push into the vagina and descend due to loss of support from muscles, ligaments, and other pelvic tissues and structures....
The Not So Awesome Foursome

The Not So Awesome Foursome

There are many women who are told that the pelvic pain that they experience is just in their head, which is not the case. These women may face many years of searching and frustration before they receive a correct diagnosis. Here are four commonly missed conditions...
Menopause and Your Pelvic Floor

Menopause and Your Pelvic Floor

There are undeniable changes to the female physiology that require attention to comfortably maintain an active quality of life and sparkling self-esteem during the final third of our lives. One area that is universally impacted by menopause is the pelvic...