I apologize for the misinformation of my previous thread, I spoke to my PT and she said kegels are appropriate for truly weak pelvic floors, just not tight or weak AND tight, here's more of what she had to say,
There are many experts in the pelvic floor field that will strongly agree that doing Kegels are appropriate only when pelvic floor muscles are overstretched and weak. There are many articles in medical journals that support this.
This may help you understand why female pelvic organ support has everything to do with lengthening the front and back body walls. Stabilize and reverse the symptoms of prolapse and incontinence by honoring your essentially horizontal spine! :)
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