Newsletter – February 2020 [Volume2 Issue1]

Overactive Pelvic Floor & Physiotherapy in Patients with IC/BPS

Pelvic floor dysfunction has been known to be associated with Interstitial Cystitis Bladder Pain Syndrome. Almost a quarter to a third of patients diagnosed with IC/BPS have a spastic pelvic floor at the time of diagnosis.  A spastic pelvic floor or an overactive pelvic floor may be associated as a causative etiological agent in a majority of these patients. However, it may be a secondary phenomenon. Read More

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