Pelvic floor rehabilitation
and preparation for childbirth
The pelvic floor is one of the most important parts of the female anatomy and it is not always cared for properly. We define “pelvic floor” as a set of deep muscles whose main function is to hold the viscera of the abdomen and pelvis and on which the digestive, urinary and reproductive systems depend.
Childbirth and pregnancy put the full functionality of the pelvic floor at risk, causing in many women problems that affect the quality of their day-to-day life, such as stress or urge urinary incontinence, prolapse (fall of the intra-abdominal organs), low back pain and sexual problems.
It is relevant to care for and train the pelvic floor throughout the woman’s adult life, but it is essential to pay special attention to this issue during pregnancy and postpartum recovery. In addition, it is important to bear in mind that a strengthened and healthy pelvic floor favours an uncomplicated delivery and avoid problems in this area in the long term after giving birth. Natalbel, with her team of physiotherapists and maternity specialists, provide the service.
Natalbel, with her team of physiotherapists and maternity specialists, provides the pelvic floor physiotherapy service focused on the preparation for childbirth and the rehabilitation of this area in the postpartum.
What benefits does the rehabilitation and preparation of the pelvic floor provide during the gestation of a pregnancy? The control and strengthening of the pelvic area will grant effectiveness when expelling the baby, as well as the elasticity of the area facilitates their exit from the vagina.
At Natalbel, we recommend starting pelvic floor preparation in the early months of pregnancy or even before it occurs. This treatment is essential to be carried out under the supervision of a specialist and adapted to the needs of each woman’s pregnancy.
Control and strengthen the pelvic area
Maintaining a strong pelvic area is very important to avoid problems related to that area such as urine leakage, lower back pain, or discomfort during sexual intercourse.
Easier at the time of delivery
The pelvic floor physiotherapy gives flexibility to the area which allows the baby to come out with less risk, both for him and for the mother.
Improving the quality of life of women
Avoiding the problems of an untrained pelvic area not only has physical but also psychological benefits for women.
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