Urinary incontinence is more common in women than men largely due to their reproductive system and all of the changes that it goes through during pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and various surgeries.
Sexuality is a mystery to many women and even more so to their partners. Our Women's Sexual Health Center may take some of the mystery away, start some conversations, and shed light on this important aspect of wellness.
Many woman were taught how to do Kegel exercises in the past and felt they were not effective. Such woman were taught incorrectly. The key to learning the exercises is in the proper identification of the pelvic muscle.
Seek Wellness is a leader in the development of targeted health care information on the Internet. Specializing in pelvic health and wellness information and backed by leading healthcare professionals, Seek Wellness develops and implements consumer-oriented programs and services.