Pelvic floor physiotherapy

What is pelvic floor physiotherapy?

In pelvic floor physiotherapy, the focus is on the pelvic floor, which is one of the most important parts of the body, as the pelvis as the center of movement and posture applies. The pelvis protects the pelvic organs, ensures the continence of urine and stool, and plays a central role in the Pregnancy and during Sexual intercourse. The pelvic floor muscles consist of three muscle layers and exert a Supporting, closing, relaxing and postural function off. In pelvic floor physiotherapy, an attempt is made to improve the so-called “normoactive pelvic floor function” by reducing the “arbitrary” and “reflex” Tightening and relaxing ability of the pelvic floor muscles is trained. Voluntary tightening and loosening refers to the ability to empty the bladder at the right time and to hold back the urge to urinate at inappropriate moments. Reflective tensing and relaxing describes the ability to tense and relax when coughing or hoppingthe musculature is able to withstand the withstand the resulting pressure to prevent any undesirable loss of urine.


When and how is pelvic floor physiotherapy used?

Disorders of the pelvic floor muscles or pelvic floor dysfunctions, respectively, can limit the quality of life enormously and put one in uncomfortable situations. Pelvic floor physiotherapy helps patients who suffer from Complaints such as Urine or stool leakage, symptoms of descent, constipation, pelvic pain, dysfunction or Complaints around the birth suffer. Pelvic floor therapy works with various methods to examine the pelvic floor and, based on the diagnosis, develop exercises for everyday life that train the pelvic floor and bring it back into shape. The pelvic floor is examined with the help of vaginal examination, internal palpation or biofeedback. and the dysfunctions can be treated by active therapy, electrical stimulation, manual therapy, pain management and exercises for awareness, breathing, activation, relaxation and strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles. can be treated.

In our practice one of our physiotherapists offers you professional pelvic floor therapy treatment an. With empathy, respect and competence, she opens up the Space for intimate topics and creates a good basis of trust for the treatment. It will be without exception Consensus for the examinations and consideration for the patients. Due to her fascination with the pelvic floor and its functions, our physiotherapist specializing in pelvic floor physiotherapy has developed a informative website where she shares her knowledge with her customers and other interested parties.

Finally, it is important to note that pelvic floor physiotherapy with a doctor’s prescription can be can be covered by the basic insurancebut you are also welcome to come to us at private cost without a prescription.