Musculoskeletal care for pelvic floor disorders
A common MSK condition, overlooked and underserved by the healthcare system
One in four women has a pelvic floor disorder, but most don't receive treatment due to a lack of awareness, stigma, and inadequate access to pelvic floor physical therapists. The average time it takes for them to receive care for certain conditions is more than six years.
Care for the unique musculoskeletal needs of women
Pregnancy & Postpartum
Pregnancy and childbirth take a toll. Members get help to control — and get relief from — urinary issues, difficulty with bowel movements, and low back, hip, and pelvic pain.
Bladder & bowel disorders
Members improve bladder and bowel control to stop leaking urine and manage uncontrollable symptoms.
Pelvic organ prolapse
If the pelvic organs slip out of place (known as prolapse), the result is often pelvic pain or pressure. Strengthening the pelvic floor, hip, and lower back muscles can provide relief.
Pelvic floor muscles, like all muscles, can develop pain from stress, injury, and conditions like endometriosis. Exercise therapy, along with other treatments, can provide relief.
Separated abdominal muscles
Pregnancy, childbirth, even injury can stretch abdominal muscles and lead to pelvic and back pain. Heal and strengthen core muscles with the right exercise and guidance.
Many different factors can cause sex to hurt, including pelvic floor disorders. Exercise that targets the pelvic floor muscle can help improve sexual dysfunction.