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One in five Americans (men and women of all ages) will suffer from symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction at some point in their lifetime. Pelvic floor dysfunction refers to a wide range of problems that occur when muscles of the pelvic floor are weak or tight, or when there is an impairment of the sacroiliac joint, low back, coccyx (tailbone), or hip joints.
Pelvic, genital, or rectal pain
Bladder or bowel dysfunction including incontinence
Pelvic organ prolapse
Sexual dysfunction or pain during intercourse
Pregnancy/postpartum pain and weakness
Physical therapy has been proven as an effective first-line treatment for many of these conditions. We offer one-on-one, patient-centered care by a physical therapist with advanced training who specializes in pelvic health conditions. You will work with the physical therapist to create an individualized treatment plan to address your specific condition. Patients with any of these symptoms will benefit from pelvic health physical therapy:
Urinary/fecal leakage when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercising
Urinary urgency and/or frequency
Colorectal conditions and constipation
Scar tissue management
Pregnancy-related pain and weakness
Postpartum pain and weakness
Pre- and post-prostatectomy
Post-urogynecological surgery (ie: bladder sling, hysterectomy)