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A Pelvic Flaw?

Take back control of your body and allow your muscles to move in harmony once again.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction can be avoided by understanding why our bodies need to move correctly. It is not just age or babies that weaken our pelvic floor  muscles. Traditional, isolated exercises may not be the answer. Andrea explains the many lifestyle changes and exercises that can be made to reduce:

•  Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

•  Abdominal separation (Diastasis Recti)

•  Stress and urge incontinence

  1. Bladder sensitivity

  2. Hernias - hiatus, umbilical, inguinal, femoral

•  Sacroiliac joint pain

•  Back, hip, knee and foot pain

•  Sexual dysfunction

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