Peeing. Pelvic Pain. Prolapse. The “P’s” that are very common, although NOT normal. Pelvic health physical therapy addresses daily functions in the bathroom, the bedroom and beyond. Your pelvic floor is the bottom of your pelvic region, made up of 3 layers of muscles and ligaments that support internal organs.
Movement of the hips, pelvis and spine help to turn “on” your pelvic floor like a switch. Conversely, stiffness or tightness in any of the three planes of motion our body moves can begin to cause weakness, tightness, and pain associated with turning “off” the core floor. Many times dysfunction of this area impacts bladder and bowel health as well as sexual function. Are you a kegel expert? You are only addressing about 25% of the problem.
Women’s Health Physical Therapy is for women of ALL ages and situations including pregnancy, post-partum, menopause and beyond.
Pelvic Health Overview
June 25, 2023
What is Pelvic Health Physical Therapy? Pelvic health focuses on a group of conditions in both and women that may interfere with bowel or bladder control, sexual health, and chronic pelvic pain. The unique anatomy and function of the pelvic floor and surrounding joints and muscles is the primary focus of this type of physical
When You Have to Go…NOW
March 10, 2023
As a woman, experiencing the sudden urge to pee can be uncomfortable and sometimes embarrassing. Whether you are at work, in public, or at a social gathering, it is important to know what to do in these situations to avoid any potential accidents. Here are some tips on what a woman should do if you
Functional Pelvic Bracing To Minimize Strain on Pelvic Organ Prolapse
March 31, 2022