The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that make up the bottom of your core. These muscles work to help support the pelvis and pelvic organs, maintain continence of bowel and bladder, and assist with sexual function. The term pelvic health (or women’s health) is used to describe a variety of conditions that include loss of urinary and fecal, urinary urgency and frequency, pelvic organ prolapse, bowel dysfunction, pain with intercourse and pelvic exams, and pain within the pelvic area (tailbone, genital, rectal, and/or lower abdominal) during activities of daily living. These dysfunctions usually center around the pelvic floor muscles and can occur in men & women of all ages. These dysfunctions are very common but not normal. And best of all, these conditions are all very treatable allowing you to get back to your optimal level of function.