Every human has a pelvic floor, and the muscles supporting the urinary and reproductive tracts make up this part of the body.
Additionally, your bladder and bowels are under the control of this set of muscles.
In women, the pelvic floor is responsible for maintaining the vagina, rectum, and bladder position in the front of the pelvis. That is why pelvic floor therapy for women is more common.
Muscles, tendons, and connective tissue work together to keep your uterus correctly positioned at the top of your pelvic floor.
Both the pubic bone and the tailbone are attachment points for the muscles that make up the pelvic floor.