Hip and Pelvic Floor Relationship

Observe the asymmetry in this patient’s glutes: her R hip has decreased glute tone and muscle bulk and this relates directly to her pelvic floor function. She came to us with diastasis, a pelvic prolapse and stress incontinence (peeing when coughing or running after her kid) but she also had significant back and neck/shoulder pain as well as numbness/tingling in her hands. When your core (aka your body’s foundation) isn’t working properly, A LOT of other things can go wrong! She has made significant progress so far and we are stoked to document her progress on return to running 🏃‍♀️!