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Pelvic Release

Pelvic Floor Muscles respond well to therapy. Childbirth, life long constipation, trauma, injury, abdominal surgeries, among other things, can contribute to weakened pelvic floor muscles. Damage to the pelvic floor contributes to urinary incontinence and can lead to pelvic organ prolapse. Prolapse occurs in women when pelvic organs (bladder, rectum, vagina or uterus) protrude into or outside of the vagina. Pelvic Floor Massage can strengthen and tone pelvic floor muscles. This can create a stronger and stable pelvic floor, release tight and sore areas in and around the pelvic region and facilitate blood flow in ischemic areas and allow the body to reorganize around the work. The body wants to be in alignment to work correctly and damaged soft tissue can be retrained with massage. I only focus on the external areas, if you require internal work I can give you instructions on how to perform self massage in the privacy of your own home.