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  • Lauren Starace, PT, MPT,

Pelvic Floor Health

Lauren can help you understand the pelvic floor muscles and the role they play in your health and daily living.

The muscles of the pelvic floor play a key role in core stability, breathing and posture, as well as the support of the pelvic organs. Pelvic floor muscles work alongside other key muscles to enable proper support of the lower back, pelvis, bladder and bowel.

~Urinary and bowel incontinence

~Uterine, bladder and rectal prolapse

~Sexual dysfunction

~Pelvic pain

~Post-prostatectomy incontinence

~Overactive bladder

~Urinary hesitancy

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