As North Americans start to understand the importance of the pelvic floor, during and after pregnancy, and for musculoskeletal health for both men and women, we can move towards effective treatment and preventative measures. Here are five simple exercises that would be part of active therapy to keep your pelvic floor healthy.
As this article explains https://www.bodyharmonics.com/how-to-keep-your-pelvic-floor-healthy/ it is important to seek out a pelvic floor physiotherapist, osteopath or manual therapist trained in internal examinations and manual techniques to release or stimulate the layers of muscle and fascia of the pelvic floor. The key is to get an accurate diagnosis as a baseline. You may need to focus only on manual intervention for a while before integrating active exercises to condition the area. Depending on the issue though, it may be better to do manual and active therapy simultaneously.