What is the Pelvic Floor?

What is the Pelvic Floor? 

Regardless of your age or gender, having a pelvic floor issue can be difficult to live with, and a good spot to start is to understand the pelvic floor?  Everyone has a diagphram and also a pelvic floor. We need to achieve optimal balance the pelvic floor to have it function properly. Little might you know that your pelvic floor is used when we urinate, relieve our bowels and also to enjoy intimacy and sexual relations. Having an imbalance in the pelvic floor can lead to stress and frustration.  We are here to support a healthy pelvic floor.

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that sit at the very bottom of your pelvis in a hammock type fashion; spanning from the coccyx and sacrum in the back to the pelvic bones along the sides and the pubic bones in the front. The pelvic floor muscles have a big job to do: they hold up all the organs directly above (the bladder, uterus, rectum and prostate), and also surround the openings of the urethra, rectum and in women, the vagina.