Many women suffer from loss of muscle strength in the pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles are the muscles located from your pubic bone to your tailbone and they provide support for the bladder and rectum. These muscles weaken over time, especially if you have given birth vaginally, have suffered trauma (such as a bad fall), an infection, and more.
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When the pelvic floor muscles lose strength, it can cause you to have a dropped vagina (cystocele) or a dropped rectum (rectocele) or experience lose of sexual function, none of which are easy to deal with and cause unnecessary stress and discomfort. That’s where we come in. Here at the offices of Dr. Alvarez and Dr. Padron, we have trained doctors and physical therapists who are here to help you take back your life by providing various therapeutic exercises, performed in a private, educative environment that will help your pelvic muscles regain their strength and normal function.