| Objective: To analyze the results of postpartum pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation for parturients with cesarean section and normal delivery. Methods: This paper prospectively studied 80 parturients who were admitted from May 2020 to May 2021 and followed up for 6 weeks postpartum. According to the mode of delivery, they were divided into two groups: vaginal delivery group (36 cases included), cesarean section group (included) 44 cases). Both groups of parturients received pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation. After three months of treatment, evaluate and compare the two groups of pelvic floor functional disorders such as uterine prolapse, vaginal prolapse, urinary incontinence, pelvic floor muscle strength and pelvic floor electromyography. Results: Before treatment, there was no significant difference in pelvic floor dysfunction between the two groups (P>0.05); 3 months after treatment, the incidence of uterine prolapse, vaginal prolapse and urinary incontinence in the cesarean section group were lower than those of menstrual period The vaginal delivery group (P<0.05). Before treatment, compared with the cesarean section group, the vaginal delivery group had lower pelvic floor systolic blood pressure (P<0.05), and the difference was statistically significant. After 3 months of biofeedback stimulation, there was no difference in pelvic floor systolic blood pressure between the two groups (P>0.05). Before treatment, the resting pressure of the cesarean section group was lower than that of the normal delivery group, P<0.05; after 3 months of treatment, the resting pressure of the two groups increased, and the cesarean section group was lower (P<0.05). In addition, after three months of treatment, there was no significant difference in pelvic floor systolic blood pressure between the groups (P>0.05).Before and after 3 months of treatment in the cesarean section group, the pelvic floor myoelectric values were better than those in the vaginal delivery group (P<0.05); Conclusion: Compared with cesarean section, vaginal delivery has a greater impact on the pelvic floor tissue of the parturient. In addition, when the pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation treatment is carried out for the parturient of cesarean section and vaginal delivery, the function of the pelvic floor muscle can be effectively improved.