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“Doctor, why are you prescribing exercises for my menstrual problems?”

Written by Dr. April Graham

Written by Dr. April Graham

Rev6 Practitioner | Colorado

My patients visit me with a variety of health problems including digestive distress, urinary dysfunctions, menstrual issues, endometriosis, digestive distress, anxiety, depression, and low back or hip pain. They expect that I will help them with nutrition and give them supplements to help resolve their problems. What they don’t always expect is a prescription for pelvic floor work. Here is why this pelvic floor work is an integral part of their prescription:

Your pelvic floor is essentially three layers of muscles and connective tissue (including fascia), that has nerves, blood vessels and lymph vessels from running through it. Your pelvic floor is resilient, elastic, and sensory. We believe there is a branch of the vagus nerve that extends to the pelvic floor. This is important because your vagus nerve is responsible for your digestion, respiratory function, and even your mood.

“With so much happening in your pelvic floor, there is also a lot that can go wrong. Especially with extended periods of sitting, or activities like horseback riding and cycling.”

Our fascia can become densified in multiple areas (feet, ankles, knees, hips, torso, etc.) affecting the tension of our pelvic floor. If we just change our diet and take supplements or prescription drugs, this is often not addressing the true cause of our pelvic floor related problems.

The Rev6 Pelvic Floor class is a perfect remedy to a variety of ailments because it creates awareness of areas of restriction, brings about resilience and elasticity, improves lymphatic flow, and remodels our pelvic floor with upgraded nervous system connections. This leads to better communication with the rest of our body (digestion, respiratory function, mood), improved space for our pelvic organs (improved urination, menstruation, bowel movements), , and less pain in our hips and low back.

Dive into a Rev6 Pelvic Floor class to experience the elasticity, flow, and freedom of movement that your pelvic floor has waiting for you!

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