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When to consider an enterocele in patient with anorectal complaint?

When to consider an enterocele in patient with anorectal complaint?

An enterocele (small bowel prolapse) occurs when the small intestine descends into the lower pelvic cavity. It is diagnosed with defecography or dynamic magnetic resonance defecography. We pelvic physiotherapists cannot treat an enterocele. However, some of our patients with an anorectal complaint might have an enterocele we are not aware of. This could result in an unsatisfactory treatment outcome. So it is good to know when to keep an enterocele in mind.

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Decreasing the inter-rectus distance…..or?

Decreasing the inter-rectus distance…..or?

Recently published scientific research confirms that the inter-rectus distance widens when the pelvic floor muscles and/or the pelvic floor muscles contract. A diastasis rectus abdominis post-partum is quite common. The diastasis is measured with the inter-rectus...

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PFMT FOR MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

PFMT FOR MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

There is an indication that pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) has a positive effect on erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. In this blog I will discuss a systematic review on erectile dysfunctions ánd on premature ejaculation that was published recently.

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