Pelvic Health TherapyWhy suffer any longer from a condition that is treatable?
Have you been experiencing any of the following?
- Frequent urination or waking at night to urinate
- The urgency to urinate or a sense you can’t make it to the bathroom in time
- Urinary leaking
- Pelvic pain such as pain with gynecological exams or intimacy
- Pelvic organ prolapse or pressure/bulging sensations in the vagina
- Body pains during or after pregnancy
- Diastasis recti (abdominal separation associated with pregnancy)
- Painful scars from cesarean-section or episiotomy/tearing during childbirth
- Abdominal or core weakness
- Pelvic issues related to athletics
If you can check yes on any of these, you may benefit from women’s health physical therapy.
Rehabilitation can help you successfully manage pelvic pain, regain bowel and bladder control, stabilize abdominal wall/core, and control early pelvic prolapse. While these conditions occur largely among women, men may also benefit from pelvic rehabilitation for similar issues.
Treatment May Include:
- Standardized and specialized testing
- Pelvic floor training equipment
- Bowel and bladder health education
- Diet modification
- Behavioral retraining
- Soft-tissue mobilization techniques
- Neuromuscular electrical stimulation