pelvic rehabilitation

What is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

Pelvic Rehabilitation is a specialized therapeutic approach focused on restoring and optimizing the health of the pelvic region. Tailored to address conditions like pelvic pain, dysfunction, or post-surgical recovery, this comprehensive care emphasizes strengthening and retraining muscles, enhancing flexibility, and promoting overall pelvic wellness. By employing a multidisciplinary approach, Pelvic Rehabilitation aims to empower individuals to regain control, alleviate discomfort, and enhance their quality of life. Through personalized assessments and targeted interventions, this therapeutic modality strives to address the unique needs of each patient, fostering a holistic sense of well-being and promoting long-term pelvic health.

Benefits of Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

What We Treat With Pelvic Floor Therapy

Urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence, a common but often under-discussed condition, refers to the involuntary loss of pelvic muscle control that can range from occasional urine leakage to a more persistent issue, impacting one’s quality of life. Various factors contribute to this condition including childbirth, aging, and certain medical conditions. While it can affect both men and women, it is more prevalent in women, particularly after childbirth or during menopause. The good news is that urinary incontinence is manageable and treatable. Seeking medical guidance is crucial, as healthcare professionals can recommend tailored approaches, including lifestyle changes, pelvic exercises, and, in some cases, medical interventions, empowering individuals to regain control and enjoy an improved quality of life.

chronic pelvic pain

Chronic pelvic pain, a complex condition affecting both men and women, involves persistent pain or  discomfort in the pelvic region that may be intermittent or constant, significantly impacting daily life. Causes can range from Gynecological issues to digestive disorders and musculoskeletal problems. Accurate diagnosis often requires a multidisciplinary approach, involving healthcare professionals from various specialties. Treatment options may include medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications tailored to address the underlying causes. Seeking prompt medical attention is crucial, empowering individuals to manage chronic pelvic pain effectively and enhance their overall well-being.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the pelvic organs, such as the bladder, uterus, or rectum, descend into the vaginal space due to weakened pelvic floor muscles. Common in women, especially after childbirth or with aging, it may cause a bulging sensation, discomfort, or difficulty with bowel and bladder functions. While not life-threatening, it can significantly impact daily life. Treatment options range from pelvic floor exercises and lifestyle modifications to surgical interventions, depending on the severity. Seeking medical advice promptly is essential for tailored management, providing individuals with the support needed to alleviate symptoms and restore pelvic health.

Self Pay Options

Assessment: $135

Follow Up: $100

Accepted Insurance
Seamless Coverage, Cash Accepted

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frequently Asked Questions

What conditions can be addressed through Pelvic Rehabilitation?

Pelvic Rehabilitation can address a range of conditions, including pelvic pain, incontinence, post-surgical recovery, sexual dysfunction, and more.

How does Pelvic Rehabilitation work?

It typically involves a combination of physical therapy exercises, manual therapy, biofeedback, electrical stimulation and education tailored to individual needs to address pelvic health concerns.

Is Pelvic Rehabilitation only for women?

No, Pelvic Rehabilitation benefits both men and women, addressing various pelvic health issues specific to each gender.

How long does a Pelvic Rehabilitation session last?

Session duration varies but is typically around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on individual needs and treatment plans.

Are Pelvic Rehabilitation exercises difficult or painful?

Exercises are tailored to individual abilities, and therapists work to ensure comfort. The goal is to improve function without causing discomfort.