Pelvic pain

Gynecology and women: Pelvic pain


Chronic pelvic pain occurs primarily in women who still experience pelvic pain after pregnancy and childbirth or after a trauma caused in connection with, for example, a fall or car accident. Pelvic pain can also be due to genetic causes. If the pelvic pain is more on-off and they are more local, they can arise from muscle tension in the buttock region and pressure on the nerve called piriformis syndrome, sometimes pain can radiate down to the legs from the back due to pinching of the nerve between the vertebrae called sciatica syndrome. It is important to have a thorough examination to see if the pain comes locally from the pelvis or if it is due to a back problem, as this has a great influence on the treatment.



  • Reduced mobility after a fall, repetitive movements, childbirth or contact sports
  • Reduced mobility of the back, sacrum, coccyx, hip, knee or ankle and foot
  • Reduced function and mobility of the pelvic organs such as uterus, prostate, bladder and rectum
  • After infections, inflammations, or operations such as caesarean section, cone section, stoma.
  • After intestinal problems such as IBS, constipation or bloating

The treatment will consist of


  • Work with the connective tissue in the abdominal region. Stimulation of this tissue can reduce the stiffness and mobility of the organ but also improve the function of joints
  • Work on the mobility of the pelvis and back
  • Improve blood circulation in the area
  • Work with the spine and nervous system
  • Mental relaxation to reduce stress levels in the body

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