Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction can cause urinary incontinence. The pelvic floor stretches from the pubic bone to the spinal cord and is comparable to a hammock that supports the organs of the pelvis such as the bladder. Dysfunction occurs when the pelvic floor is damaged or weakened. Damage to the pelvic floor can result from childbirth, genetics, injury, medications or surgery. Biofeedback Therapy significantly improves pelvic floor strength and reduces urinary incontinence in males and females.