When recovering from an injury, or returning to play, adding extra stability to a “weaker” area can give an athlete (or your average Jo) a higher level of confidence whilst preventing excessive movement and putting an area at risk.
The pelvic floor muscles are something we commonly link with women, and often childbirth or pregnancy. It is actually more common to have issues with the pelvic floor than you may think, and stems far beyond simply child-bearing women.
One of the most underrated forms of physical therapy equipment is the humble exercise ball. Sometimes referred to as an activity ball or Swiss ball, they are found in a fantastic range of colours and sizes and can easily be pumped or deflated to suit your needs.