Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises for Women and Menr

Strong pelvic floor muscles become more and more important with age. After 60, around 15% of men and over 30% of women complain about incontinence.

Also after pregnancy, giving birth and heavy strains, the pelvic floor muscle can lose elasticity. This can lead to a “Relative Urinary Incontinence” (drops of urine can leak when coughing or sneezing, or hopping or other physical activities).

This can strongly impair the quality of life.

These conditions are not an illness but a functional disorder, which affect men and women to a similar extent.

Exercises – and what they can do for you

Exercises for pelvic floor muscles are no different than exercises for other muscle groups. During pelvic floor muscle training we work more with body awareness, and we also train awareness of the midsection.

This training results in an improved quality of life, and creates improvements of spine conditions and postural defects.

If you have questions about pelvic floor muscle exercises, please do not hesitate to contact our staff. We are happy to advise you regarding training devices for this matter or to put together an individual exercise program.