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Home > General > Can back pain be related to pelvic floor problems?

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Can back pain be related to pelvic floor problems?

We know now that as part of persistent back pain and pelvic pain, muscles can tend to want to switch off that helps us to stabilise and support this area. Some times these muscles can be tricky to get working again especially as they can be quite subtle and abstract feeling to engage. We also know that if these muscles are getting switched off a lot, they may be weak, or inefficiently overactive. If your core muscles have been eluding you or you have been trying to activate your pelvic floor muscles but not sure if you have the technique, or worse, are getting internal or tail bone pain when trying to switch these muscles on then it may be helpful for you to have a one-on-one session to address these concerns.

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