Dealing with Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy
< Other factors that can increase vulnerability in the joint include inability to activate the front part of the pelvic floor, which would be supportive of that joint. Unfortunately, most women tend to activate the back of the pelvic floor, around the anus when they try to engage the pelvic floor. This is often accompanied with a glute squeeze, both of which tend to compress the back of the pelvis, which connects with two joints in the back—these two can get real angry, too!—opening and putting strain on the joint in the front. So women need to know how to engage the front of the pelvic floor to help support the joint. Here are some tips on finding the front of the pelvic floor:
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