WHICH IS IT? WHERE IS IT? WHAT IS IT FOR?
The Perineum, also known as the pelvic floor, is a group of muscles located at the base of the pelvis, they participate in urinary, defecting, and sexual functions. In women, are also responsible for supporting the pelvic organs (urethra, bladder, vagina, uterus, anus, and rectum), and are under high strain during pregnancy and postpartum.
Changes in the pelvis can cause urinary incontinence (loss of urine), urinary retention (difficulty urinating), fecal incontinence (loss of control over gases and feces), intestinal constipation (difficulty evacuating), pelvic organ prolapse (“fallen bladder”), pelvic pain (pain in the pelvis region), and sexual dysfunction (pain, decrease in pleasure, erection difficulties, difficulties reaching orgasm, premature ejaculation, etc.).
These muscles are important muscles for women, men, and children, through urogynecological physiotherapy, using perineal rehabilitation, it is possible to treat and prevent perineal dysfunctions and thereby avoid surgery.
These treatments help patients overcome these conditions and improve well-being, quality of life, sexuality, and self-esteem.
To improve quality of life, well-being, self-esteem, and sexuality, taking care of the person, promoting global rehabilitation so that these muscles can perform all their functions in the prevention and treatment of perineal disorders, with results fast and lasting.
Through physiotherapist Laira Ramos studies and constant updating, we want to always continue to offer an innovative, personalized, and differentiated physiotherapy service in perineal rehabilitation for women and men, respecting the individuality of each one.
Use of modern technology, constant training, innovative treatments, and personalized service.