3 Keys to Support Pelvic Floor Health Through Athleticism

What if I’m not pregnant and experiencing incontinence?

Your pelvic floor is such a central part of your anatomy and functions in reaction to and in support of our spine, abdominals, hips, glutes and even how we breathe.  So, if you have incontinence with activity, aka stress incontinence, please see a pelvic floor physical therapist for a personal evaluation, this is not just for pregnancy and postpartum.  Also, you are not alone.  So many women suffer with stress incontinence in silence and you can get full resolution with the right treatment.  If you would like help finding someone in your area, please let me know.

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