Our Services

Specially trained pelvic floor therapists will evaluate and treat:

  • Improper alignment or impaired mobility of the pelvic bones and joints
  • Overactive pelvic muscles (muscle spasms)
  • Underactive pelvic muscles (muscle weakness)
  • Restrictions or limited mobility of pelvic floor muscles, ligaments, tendons and connective tissue.

What should I expect during my first visit?

  • Review your medical history
  • Screen for other musculoskeletal issues
  • Internal pelvic floor muscle exam to assess strength, motor control, and the endurance of your pelvic floor muscles as well as their ability to relax. Most accessible if done through the vagina or rectum
  • Develop an individualized exercise treatment program
  • Education on your role in the treatment

Physical therapy treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction may include:

  • Behavior and activity modifications
  • Exercises to strengthen and relax the pelvic floor and other supporting muscle systems
  • Biofeedback (an instrument that gives you visible feedback to help you understand how well your muscles are working)
  • Pain-management techniques
  • Manual therapy (joint mobilization and massage)
  • Therapeutic modalities (TENS unit, ultrasound, interferential current)
  • Myofascial release for tight pelvic floor muscles

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