Rehabilitation of the short pelvic floor. II: Treatment of the patient with the short pelvic floor

  title={Rehabilitation of the short pelvic floor. II: Treatment of the patient with the short pelvic floor},
  author={Mary Pat Fitzgerald and Rhonda K Kotarinos},
  journal={International Urogynecology Journal},
Several urogynecologic syndromes are associated with the clinical finding of a short, painful, tender and weak pelvic floor and a variety of connective tissue abnormalities. Techniques for rehabilitation include the avoidance of perpetuating factors, rehabilitation of extrapelvic musculoskeletal abnormalities, the use of manual techniques and needling to promote resolution of connective tissue problems, closure of any diastasis recti, and transvaginal/transrectal manual release of muscular… CONTINUE READING
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