Breathing, something we do without thinking about it.
It can affect our pelvic floor muscles. When we breathe our diaphragm move up and down. Causing the pelvic floor muscles to move up and down. If you’re not breathing correctly, the pelvic muscles can become tense or tighten, leading to pelvic pain, urinary incontinence or overactive bladder symptoms.
Working with our pelvic floor Physical Therapists can help retrain your diaphragm for better breathing.
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