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The pelvic floor is a
bowl-shaped group of muscles, ligaments and connective tissues that support the
bowel, bladder, uterus, vagina and rectum. They attach to your pelvic bone in
the front and your tailbone in the back. For example, a pelvic floor disorder may occur when
women have weakened pelvic muscles or tears in the connective tissue due to
excessive strain on the pelvis due to childbirth, repeated strenuous activity,
menopause, chronic disease or pelvic surgery.
Symptoms vary with each type of pelvic health disorder.
Different women may also experience different symptoms. Symptoms typically
begin gradually and progress over time. If you experience one or more of the
following symptoms, you may have a pelvic floor
If you have any of these
symptoms, you should discuss them with your primary physician and seek the
expertise of the Avista Pelvic Health Center. Through our multidisciplinary
approach to care, you will receive the highest level of medical expertise for
pelvic floor disorders.
Phone: 303-925-4038 Toll Free: 1-855-236-8872
7233 Church Ranch BoulevardWestminster, CO 80021
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