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IT ALL STARTS AT THE CORE

The pelvic floor is critically important to your health, but this set of muscles is often overlooked until there’s an issue. Paying attention to your pelvic floor before continence problems arise can be helpful in preventing or reducing symptoms, and caring for your pelvic floor even if you’re already experiencing issues can help you get better control of your bladder.

That’s where we come in. This section of our website was created in conjunction with physical therapists and is designed to help you learn all the fundamentals that you need to know about your pelvic floor and provide you with the resources you need to keep it strong and healthy. Click on any of the boxes below to explore and learn more.

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