Women with tight pelvic floors don't need to start by doing kegel exercises, which could just make the pelvic floor tighter, says Dr. Joanne Wolf, physical therapist and pelvic floor specialist. She also says that even when kegel exercises are the appropriate solution, about 90% of people don't do them correctly.
Physical therapist: Kegels aren't the answer to all pelvic floor issues
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