Chronic pelvic floor dysfunction is a condition whose origins are often unknown; however traumatic injuries to the pelvic area, including accidents and vaginal childbirth complications, can contribute to this condition. Because the muscles in the pelvic floor need to relax and contract to have bowel and bladder movements, having this condition can make it difficult or impossible to have a complete bowel movement, unexplained low back pain, incontinence, or pain during intercourse. In this episode of #AskDrJonas, he reviews the state of the science for an integrative approach to chronic pelvic floor dysfunction.
Interested in learning more?
- Learn more on the Cleveland Clinic’s website.
- Check out the beneficial effects of biofeedback: “biofeedback can be an adjunct treatment to pelvic floor muscle training for reducing urinary incontinence in patients who have undergone radical prostatectomy.”
Drawing on 40 years of research and patient care, Dr. Wayne Jonas explains how 80 percent of healing occurs organically and how to activate the healing process.