The pelvis performs many important functions of the body. The muscles, nerves, connective tissues and skeletal structures of the pelvic floor help to keep us continent, aid in sexual performance and function, and assist in core stability. When some of these structures of the pelvic floor are not functioning properly, they can cause a multitude of different symptoms. People suffering from bowel, bladder, and/or sexual problems, as well as those who are suffering from pain in the pelvis, upper legs, abdomen or buttocks most likely have pelvic floor impairments contributing to their pain. Join physical therapist Shauna Thomas, PT, DPT, to better understand how physical therapy may help to control pelvic pain and incontinence. Registration required. Call 215-753-2000.