Pelvic Health Physical Therapy
HELPING PEOPLE REGAIN THEIR CONFIDENCE BY REGAINING CONTROL OF THEIR PELVIC FLOOR
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction refers to a variety of problems such as urinary or bowel “accidents”, difficulty voiding, urgency when going to the bathroom, constipation, pelvic pain, “falling out” feeling, heaviness or pressure, sexual dysfunction, and frequent or unresolved pain in the low back, coccyx, sacroiliac joint, and/or hip joint.
What Do Pelvic Floor Therapists Treat?
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Retention
- Interstitial Cystitis
- Strong urgency or frequency to urinate
- Pelvic Pain
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Diastasis Recti
- Pain or leakage with exercise
- Pre/postnatal pelvic floor rehab
What To Expect On The First Visit
A patient’s first visit with a pelvic floor physical therapist will be an evaluation of their current condition and related issues. The evaluation process will include a review of the patient’s medical history and questions about various behaviors to gain thorough knowledge of current problems, which may be contributing to symptoms. The first visit may also include an examination of the lumbar spine, sacral spine, and an external and internal examination of the pelvic floor and associated musculature. We take pride in ensuring a holistic, private, confidential and stress-free approach to treating pelvic floor dysfunction.