Pelvic floor & Prolapse

Don’t just live with it

Many women suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction and prolapse. Although it is common, it is not normal, and you shouldn’t have to “just live with it”. Signs may include leaking when laughing and sneezing, urgency, pain in the pelvic region, heaviness or dragging in the pelvic region, and more.

Seed Exercise Physiology has the knowledge of the pelvic floor muscles, fascia, ligaments, and nerves that play a role in the function, and can help you with:


Pelvic floor awareness


Pelvic floor rehab


Pelvic floor safe exercise and progression of exercises to improve functionality


How to protect your pelvic floor during daily activities and during exercise


Guide you back to moving around with confidence and education on your pelvic floor

Our blog

The Seed Exercise Physiology blog has a number of posts that provide you with advice, guidance and support relating to women’s health conditions and concerns.

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