Forums General Weak Pelvic Floor leads to Hip Instability? Re: Weak Pelvic Floor leads to Hip Instability?

AvatarChingChin Wang

PT dind’t just said I should do kegel exercises, but I’ve done them a few months ago and they could’ve done more harm than good. I was by 3 practionioners, I’m tired of looking for a acceptable PT.

Mobility is improving but not the hip cracks.

When I try to reset my pelvis by squeezing a ball between my knees with the adductors it feels really akward, like I couln’t recruit my deep groin muscles to contract and my strength there feels really low.

Now I try do add electrolytes to my water and see if it gets better.

And I’ll let my blood get checked, because I often have cold spots on my body, which could indicate bad blood circulation (maybe kidney Problems) after losing 70 pounds this year.