From work to recreation, Pregnancy to menopause, and through the entirety of a women’s life, Physical Therapy empowers women to take control of pain and dysfunction related to a variety of conditions especially affecting women.
Do you “leak” when you sneeze, laugh or lift? You might be suffering from urinary incontinence which could be due to weak pelvic floor muscles.
Do you suffer from back, hip or pelvic pain, it could be due to dysfunction of your pelvic girdle muscles or joints. Does a feeling of pressure or fullness in your pelvic area bother you and prevent standing for long periods, it could be a symptom of Pelvic Organ Prolapse, which can occur due to insufficient support from your pelvic floor muscles and strengthening them might help decrease your symptoms immensely.
Do you have back, pelvic girdle or hip pain with activity, have diastasis recti or ab separation , incontinence, painful sexual intercourse or Dyspareunia post pregnancy, this can be very distressing but the good news is a Physical therapist trained in pelvic floor physical therapy can help rehabilitate to relieve many of your symptoms and get you back to doing your normal activities with ease!
Does sitting for a small duration or prolonged periods cause pain in your tail bone, it could happen due to a condition called Coccydynia, which can be caused by imbalance of structures attached to the tail bone or coccyx. Exercises and manual therapy can help decrease the pain and discomfort.
Not only these, Pelvic floor physical therapy can help decrease pain associated with several other conditions like IBS, endometriosis, vulvodynia and interstitial cystitis.
Conditions treated include:
- Stress or Urge Incontinence
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Pelvic Pain
- SacroIliac joint(SIJ) Dysfunction
- Low Back Pain
- Diastasis Recti
- Pubic bone Pain
- And many more..