Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

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Photo template of unrecognizable woman representing graphic visualisation of bladder organ

 INCONTINENCE

Urinary Incontinence

Bowel Incontinence

Pregnancy

PREGNANCY/
POST PARtUM CONDITIONS

SI Joint Dysfunction

Lower Back pain

Diastasis Recti

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Hugging a Pillow

pain disorders

Painful Intercourse

Endometriosis

Vulvodynia

Post Pelvic Radiation Treatment

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post surgical care

Hysterectomy

C-section

Episiotomy

Laparoscopy

 

Incontinence

Do you find yourself running to the bathroom every hour or more frequently?

Do you feel a sense of heaviness in your lower abdomen?

Does sneezing, coughing or jumping cause you to leak urine?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you are a great candidate for pelvic floor physical therapy!

Please contact us today to see how we can help you get back to your favorite activities!

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Pregnancy Photoshoot

● Lower back Pain

● SI Joint Dysfunction

● Diastasis Recti (abdominal muscle separation)

● Pelvic Organ Prolapse

 

There is no such thing as TMI here! We are here to help you meet your goals and assist you in becoming pain-free!

Pregnancy and
Post-partum Conditions

 
Stomach Ache

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Chronic Pain Disorders

● Painful Intercourse

● Endometriosis

● Vulvodynia

● Post pelvic radiation treatment

 
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● Hysterectomy

● Cesarean Section

● Episiotomy

● Laparoscopy

Post Surgical Care

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist?

A Physical Therapist with extensive post-graduate training in Pelvic Health. Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists specialize in treating pre and post-partum conditions, incontinence, pelvic pain syndrome, post-surgical conditions, pelvic organ prolapse and chronic pain syndromes such as lower back pain, SI joint dysfunction and coccydynia.

 

What to expect during your first pelvic floor appointment?

A comprehensive medical history will be taken and a thorough assessment of your posture, pelvic floor, hip and spine will be performed. An internal pelvic floor muscle examination which is performed intra-vaginally or intra-rectally may be recommended due to presenting conditions. This is not a requirement and can be declined or deferred at your comfort. Following this assessment, treatment recommendations will be made to include biofeedback training, manual therapy and therapeutic exercise.

Do you take insurance?

No, we are currently out-of-network. This allows us to provide one-on-one Physical Therapy sessions with a Doctor of Physical Therapy for up to 90 minutes.

At the end of each visit, an itemized bill will be provided to you so that you may submit the bill to your insurance company for reimbursement. Insurance companies will typically reimburse you approximately 40-60% of your total Physical Therapy bill. Please contact your insurance company to learn more regarding reimbursement for out-of-network benefits.

 

 

Services Offered:

-Comprehensive Assessments

-Therapeutic Exercise

-Home Exercise Programs

-Manual Therapy

-Prenatal Massage

How do I know if I need Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

Please speak to your physician if you feel that you are suffering from any of the above conditions. They can diagnose you and offer treatment suggestions which may include Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy. 

If still unsure if Pelvic Floor Therapy is right for you, our Physical Therapist offers free 15 minute consultations to see if you are a good candidate for Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy. Call us at 305-635-1445.