The female pelvic floor muscles can become weakened through
pregnancy, labour, hormonal changes (such as menopause), and simply because the
individual does not exercise them regularly.
A weakened pelvic floor can cause many symptoms such as the
inability to control wind, faeces or urine (urinary incontinence), strong urges
to urinate. All of which can have a negative impact on the woman’s quality of
Through a detailed subjective history of the
woman’s symptoms, as well as an optional pelvic floor examination, a
specifically tailored treatment program can be created.