Bladder

The bladder and the process of urinating is a complicated matter. This system can be interrupted in various ways such as:
It is common to have one or more systems involved with bladder dysfunction and we will address them all! Here are some of the more common diagnoses related to bladder dysfunction:

Bowel

Our PFM’s and colorectal structures coordinate continence of the bowels as well as elimination. Tight PFMs, and poor coordination (contracting instead of lengthening) are often drivers for bowel dysfunction. We will also take a look at diet, posture on the toilet, massage techniques for GI motility, and breathing strategies for safe effective elimination.​
It is common to have one or more systems involved with bladder dysfunction and we will address them all! Here are some of the more common diagnoses related to bladder dysfunction:

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