Fun Facts!

  • What: Stabilizing muscle
  • Why: Stabilizes the perineal body/central tendon

Oh Hello, Superficial Transverse Perineal Muscle! (Pt. 3)

Explore pelvic floor anatomy and function! The superficial layer: superficial transverse perineal muscle.

Dr. Sherine Aubert describes the superficial transverse perineal (STP) muscle, part of the superficial (or outermost) layer of the pelvic floor.

The STP is a primary stabilizer of the pelvic floor. It is located from sit bone to the perineum on each side of the pelvis. It works to stabilize the ever so important perineal body/central tendon (it's critical for the integrity of your whole pelvic floor).