Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common condition characterized by symptomatic descent of the uterus, bladder, and bowel from the normal anatomic position. Approximately 50 % of all parous women suffer from a varying degree of POP. Treatment options for POP include surgery and physiotherapy. However, reports on POP surgery indicate increased risks of postoperative complications and POP recurrence. Physiotherapy, incorporating pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT), pessaries, and lifestyle intervention, are often recommended especially in smaller POP or in case the progressive POP is not ammendable for corrective surgery. In this webinar we aim to provide the biological rationale for the development of different kinds of POP, when and how to use physiotherapy as first option for POP treatment, the current state of scientific evidence and the short and long-term effects of physiotherapy for POP.