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March 31, 2021

The Misconceptions About Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions

by Kaleena Ruskin

I love peeing myself. I love that feeling of my organs feeling like they’re falling out. I love how my abs are separated and have created this cute little hole for my belly button. I love wearing a diaper as a grown woman.




No female in their right mind has ever said any of those things. All of those things are a bummer to experience and live with. And the worst part is that our culture has totally normalized these experiences.  


How many times have you heard something along the lines of:


“That’s just how it is”

“That’s the price of having a baby”

“Do more kegels”


Doesn’t that just make you want to cry a little, thinking that this is your life now and you just have to suck it up and live with it?


Well, I am here as your knight in shining armor to tell you that YOU DON’T HAVE TO “JUST LIVE” WITH THOSE SYMPTOMS. They are 100% fixable through intentionally training your Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System (PCNS for short). 


1 in 3 women experience symptoms related to some kind of PCNS dysfunction. It’s something that is SUPER COMMON, but being common does NOT make it NORMAL. 


There’s a huge misconception out there that Kegels are the answer and the only way to train and fix your pelvic floor related problems, just sit there at your desk or on the couch and do your kegels, that’ll do it. Or even worse, that you need to have someone stick their hand up you know where and you’re supposed to just squeeze. I can’t even tell you how much that makes me cringe. I would never want to do that, so you shouldn’t have to resort to that either.


Fortunately, there’s new evidence out there that Kegels aren’t going to cut it. The alternative, much less invasive, solution is to be training your PCNS which includes your respiratory diaphragm, abdominals, low back and hip muscles and your pelvic floor with intentional exercise and breathwork.


So whether you are prenatal, postpartum, perimenopausal, menopausal, postmenopausal or even just experiencing any of the symptoms below, you can hugely benefit from PCNS training and by benefit, I mean dramatically reduce or even eliminate these symptoms you’re experiencing. 


Common Symptoms of PCNS Dysfunction

  • Incontinence (urinary or rectal)
  • Diastasis Recti
  • Prolapse
  • Knee Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Pain with sex


If you’re checking any of those boxes, check out the video below for more information about your PCNS and what you can do to start getting rid of those pesky embarrassing symptoms that are holding you back and making you uncomfortable. 


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