Pelvic floor biofeedback is a technique used to help individuals strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles support the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus, and rectum, and are important for controlling urinary and bowel function. Biofeedback is a type of therapy that uses electronic devices to help individuals become aware of and control their muscle activity. During pelvic floor biofeedback, a small sensor is inserted into the vagina or rectum, which sends information about muscle activity. This information is then used to help the individual learn how to contract and relax their pelvic floor muscles correctly. Pelvic floor biofeedback is often used to treat incontinence and other conditions related to the pelvic floor muscles.

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