Virtual and in-person appointments available. Program registration and intake required. To register, please email Mary Biddle-Newberry.
The muscles of the pelvic floor work with the abdominal and back muscles to stabilize and support the spine. Having strong pelvic floor muscles also improves control over the bladder and bowel while weakened pelvic floor muscles can mean the internal organs are not fully supported. This instructs participants to identify and strengthen these deep core muscles which may have become weakened through treatment, surgery, or age.
1-hour session to learn exercises designed to strengthen the deep, stabilizing core muscles that may be affected by surgeries or have become deconditioned through treatment or age.
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