Pelvic floor dysfunction is common among the population. It impacts considerably on quality of life and causes a range of symptoms including incontinence, pelvic pain and constipation. Diagnosing this condition can be challenging, uncomfortable and time consuming. Dynamic Pelvic Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) can greatly aid in the diagnosis of conditions affecting the pelvic floor and help plan their treatment. It can evaluate all three compartments, their organs, ligaments and muscles: Anterior (bladder and urethra), Middle (vagina, cervix and uterus) and Posterior (rectum) in a dynamic non invasive fashion.