Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
Disorders such as Pelvic Floor Dysfunction can be painful and often times, the disorder goes unidentified and untreated. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is more common than you may think; statistics show 1 out of every 5 people suffer from some type of pelvic floor dysfunction at some time in their life. In many cases, this dysfunction can be treated without the need for surgery by an experienced Physical Therapist.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction refers to many problems that occur when the muscles of the pelvic floor are weak, tight, or there is an impairment of the sacroiliac joint, low back, coccyx and/or hip joint.
Common Conditions We Help:
- Pelvic Floor Pain
- Bladder Disorders
- Bladder Dysfunction and Pain
- Sexual Dysfunction and Pain
- Prenatal and Postnatal Care: Instruction on proper body mechanics to prevent back pain, exercises to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, and manual therapy.
- Pain or pressure in the pelvic area
- Back, pelvic, or abdomen pain after or during pregnancy
- Urinary incontinence
- Sexual dysfunction and pain
- Bloated or heavy feeling in abdomen
- Overactive bladder
- Bladder disorders
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What do they do during a pelvic floor exam?
Your Physical Therapist will review your history, do an orthopedic assessment of how you move and what your alignment is like, and with your permission the physical therapist will do an external and internal assessment of your pelvic floor muscles. The physical therapist will fully describe the exam prior to any treatment.