How is the physical therapy of the pelvic floor

Physiotherapy for pelvic floor problems

Targeted physiotherapy combined with pelvic floor training can be important for people of all ages. Both women and men can benefit from this in the long term.

If there are problems with the pelvic floor (e.g. incontinence), it often takes a long time before those affected seek help, as such complaints are still a supposedly taboo subject. However, early action can significantly increase the success of the therapy in the case of pelvic floor problems and the containment of further complaints.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is particularly suitable for:
  • Issues related to childbirth (preparation, regression, birth injuries,
  • Diastasis recti)
  • Pain in the pelvis, groin, genitals, or back
  • Organ subsidence
  • Difficulty holding urine or stool
  • Increased urge to urinate or irritable bladder
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections or chronic prostatitis
  • Voiding disorders
  • Before and after operations in the pelvic area
  • Problems in sexuality (pain, erectile dysfunction, pleasure, etc.)
  • Vaginismus
  • Hemorrhoids or other disorders in the area of ​​the anus
  • Assistance with gender reassignment
  • Hormonal changes (e.g. menopause)

Physiotherapy helps to restore the strength and function of the pelvic floor and core of the body with targeted and gentle exercises for these and similar complaints.

What is the pelvic floor?

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that close off the pelvis at the bottom. The pelvic floor muscles are equally relevant for women and men and can do a lot more than just tighten and relax.

The pelvic floor supports the following functions:

  • Securing the position of the pelvic organs
  • Stabilization of the spine during loads (e.g. when lifting)
  • Storage and evacuation of urine and stool
  • Sexual sensation, orgasm and potency

In the Trinicum she treats: Sonja Pauli and Sylvette Schreiber

Make your appointment

We can be reached by phone Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Friday until 3:00 p.m. on +43 1 907 60 30 and at any time using the following contact form.

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