What is the importance of Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy during pregnancy?

Pregnancy is a period of intense musculoskeletal, physical and emotional changes.

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The physiotherapist is able to assess and monitor physical changes, focusing primarily on maintaining well-being. We are also able to examine and treat the patient who has specific musculoskeletal impairments, incorporating knowledge of tissue damage and regeneration to the changes that occur during pregnancy.

 

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One more Female Sexual Dysfunction Course

Evelyn Mendel participated in the course on Physical Therapy in Female Sexual Dysfunctions this past weekend with the Pelvic Floor Physio Carla Pereira, a reference in the area of ​​sexuality! Evelyn also helped organize the course to bring to Porto Alegre/ Brazil the very best in the study of Physiotherapy and Female Sexuality.

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It is always import to continue my professional development to always improve the sex life and quality of life of women!


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How do I know if my pelvic floor won’t give me problems?

A pelvic floor musculature that will not cause problems is one that is and will remain healthy.

It is estimated that around 40% of women between 45 and 60 years of age present one of the main disorders caused by alterations in the pelvic floor, called urinary incontinence. Among its causes is muscle weakness.segurar-xixi-saiba-porque-voce-nao-deve-ignorar-o-chamado-da-natureza-279518-1

Several other problems can arise as a consequence of an unhealthy pelvic floor, such as: Pain during intercourse, problems with arousal and orgasm (40% of women report having at least 1 symptom related to sexual function), erectile dysfunction and other sexual dysfunctions, prolapse of pelvic organs, urinary retention and constipation, incontinence of gas or feces.

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