dipl. Physiotherapeutin FH
The pelvic floor musculature is a palm-sized muscle plate, which is located between the pubic bone, the pelvic bone and the coccyx. It consists of many highly differentiated and precisely coordinated muscles, which are intertwined with connective tissue.
The training of pelvic floor muscles is not always natural. Firstly, because in our society it was made clear to us early on, usually as a child, that this region is a taboo, which is not spoken about or touched. Secondly, because this muscle does not move joints and is hidden inside the body.
Many women come into contact with the pelvic floor only during childbirth and many men, only with the onset of prostate problems.