Overactive Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Pain

Learn about the relationship between pelvic pain and an overactive pelvic floor.

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In this video, Dr. Lance Frank gives a brief overview of the pelvic floor and the biomechanics of the anatomy as it pertains to pelvic pain. Patients can experience pain for a number of reasons in their pelvic floor, whether it's from penetration, urination, defecation, or orgasm. This video breaks down why patients may be experiencing that pain and a broad overview for treatment.

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