Pelvic Floor Resources

Websites – info on lots of issues and bladder retraining – Brent Anderson’s “Understand the Pelvic Floor” workshop for teachers

Physical Therapists for internal pelvic work

Pamela Bauchmoyer, PT – 316-640-4287 

Michelle Cortese at Breathe –

Megan Bengtson, DPT – Owner, Kansas Pelvic Health and Wellness – 


 “The Female Pelvis Anatomy & Exercises” – by Blandine Calais-Germain

*excellent for pre- and post-natal information

* great anatomy explanations 

“Pelvic Power” – by Eric Franklin

“Lady Bits” – by Brianne Grogan, DPT

“Anatomy Trains” – by Thomas Myers

“Move Your DNA” – by Katy Bowman

“Diastasis Recti – The Whole-Body Solution to Abdominal Weakness and Separation” – by Katy Bowman 


  • Normal bladder function – urinating 4 to 7 x/day, once during the night
  • Try to avoid the “pre-emptive” pee
  • Do NOT reduce your fluid intake to decrease the number of times you urinate 
  • Do NOT use force when you urinate, should have a steady stream for 10 seconds
  • Allow gravity to do the work – should have a steady stream for 10 seconds or more
  • RELAX MORE than you work – we can overdo
  • If you can make good Posture and diaphragmatic breath the norm it will greatly benefit your pelvic floor, as well as overall health and wellness 
  • The pelvic floor does not exist in a vacuum.  Doing Kegels is fine but add exercises for the all the supporting muscles.  Remember the quarter back needs to practice with the whole team in order to be efficient.

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