What is Pediatric Pelvic Sole Rehabilitation?

The pelvic floor is a structure consisting of muscles, ligaments and fascia that
support the bladder located inside the pelvis, the rectum, the last part of the
large intestine, and the reproductive organs. This structure provides support
to the pelvic organs, spine and pelvic girdle. The pelvic floor muscles support
the organs here. It also allows these structures to functionally perform their
Pelvic floor muscles are involved in urination, defecation, sexual function,
postural stabilization.
Relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles during urination and defecation,
opening of the urinary orifice and breech; If the urinary bladder and
intestines are in the filling stage, urine and feces must be contracted so as
not to miss it.
These functions are performed with the contraction and relaxation of the
pelvic floor muscles. A healthy pelvic floor fully fulfills these contractions and

Pelvic floor rehabilitation is treatment that aims to rehabilitate the pelvic floor
muscles, allowing the muscles to perform their duties in a functional manner
in a balanced and coordinated manner.
With the rehabilitation we do, there is an increase in blood circulation in the
area and a decrease is also seen in hip, low back and back pain, which is a
close relationship of the pelvic floor.


– Daytime Urinary Incontinence
– Bed Wetting at Night (Enuresis)
– Voiding Dysfunction
– Overactive Bladder
– Constipation / Poop Incontinence

– Bladder-Bowel Dysfunctions
– Neurogenic Bladder
– Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections
– Pain in the rectum
– Obstetric Rehabilitation/Rehabilitation before, during and after
– Gynecological Rehabilitation
It can be applied to patients deemed appropriate by the physician who have
such complaints.

Which Practices Does Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Include?

Before starting pelvic floor rehabilitation, the patient is evaluated in detail by
the physician. A detailed history is then taken from the child himself and his
family, some forms are filled out and his urination and pooping habits are

The patient who is decided to start pelvic floor physiotherapy by the
physician is then evaluated by the physiotherapist in terms of the functional
state of his muscles. In this evaluation, pelvic floor muscles and other muscles
with which pelvic floor muscles are associated are evaluated in detail.
Postural stabilization is highly related to the pelvic floor. Therefore, the patient
is performed spine analysis and diaphragmatic breathing is evaluated.
With the EMG Biofeedback device, the patient’s pelvic floor muscles are
evaluated. As a result of this evaluation, it is decided whether the muscles are
weak or tense.
After a detailed evaluation, a personalized treatment program is created.

Pediatric pelvic floor rehabilitation includes the following applications:

– Patient and family education
– Bladder and bowel training
– Postural stabilization
– Manual approaches
– Biofeedback Applications
– What stimülasyonu
– Exercises suitable for treatment