Pelvic floor physiotherapy in Dubai

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Why is it important to work the pelvic floor?

The main reason for working the pelvic floor is to learn to control these muscles, which support the pelvis. This allows us to have no problems with urination or bowel movements, and no problems with intercourse. The pelvic floor is a part of the core, and its weakness causes problems like pelvic pain or low back pain, because these muscles also stabilize and support the spine.

Also, pregnant women who work the pelvic floor have faster and easier deliveries. This prevents the need for an episiotomy, and also avoids postpartum problems such as prolapse, urinary incontinence and low back pain. In addition, working the pelvic floor is necessary to avoid a non functional abdominal diastasis.

When to visit a pelvic floor specialist?

You should visit a physiotherapist if
  1. You have pelvic pain: this is a pain that appears in the pelvic area, specifically between the navel and the hips, and can cause problems such as heaviness or cramps. The causes of this type of problem can be multiple, so it is necessary to make a diagnosis and specific treatment for the each individual.
  2. You have incontinence or leakage of urine: urinary incontinence or leakage of urine from daily activities such as laughing or coughing, is often caused by weakness of the pelvic floor. This can be caused by ageing, impact sports or childbirth. What may initially be small amounts of urine leakage, if left untreated, can lead to chronic incontinence.
  3. You are pregnant: the baby’s growth causes postural changes in your body to which you must adapt. To do so, you need the help of a professional who will advise you on how to do physical exercise adapted to your new needs. Besides this, a professional can help you treat problems such as pain, urinary incontinence, pelvic varicose veins… By taking care of your pelvic floor during pregnancy you will be able to facilitate delivery, avoid back pain and have a better recovery during postpartum.
  4. You are in the postpartum phase: after giving birth, the body must recover to its original shape, for which rehabilitation is sometimes necessary. For example, there are complications such as diastasis recti, which occurs when the abdominal muscles do not return to their original position when the belly is lost, a problem that must be evaluated by physiotherapists specialized in pelvic floor before starting physical activity. Also, giving birth causes significant changes directly to the pelvic floor, which if weak, can lead to pain, prolapse, or the above-mentioned problems such as urinary incontinence.
  5. Sexual problems: Weakness in the pelvic floor also causes sexual problems. For example, in men this weakness can cause impotence, while in women it will make sex painful. A pelvic floor specialist can also help you solve problems related to hypertonic pelvic muscles, such as vaginismus.
  6. After a prostatectomy : after an operation to treat an oncological condition in the prostate, it is necessary to do pelvic floor physiotherapy sessions. Radiation of the prostate or its surgical resection, damages all adjacent structures, including the pelvic floor muscles and the nerves and vessels that irrigate it, so that urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction can occur. However, these problems can be solved by working the pelvic floor muscles.
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