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Women's Health

Pelvic Health

Pelvic Floor dysfunction is a general term used to describe a wide range of problems which affect our daily life, including pelvic pain, incontinence, organ prolapse, as well as chronic sacroiliac and low back pain. Pelvic Floor dysfunction occurs when the muscles of the pelvic floor become weak or tight or there is an impairment in the sacroiliac, low back, or hip region which is impacting the normal function of ourpelvic floor region.

The pelvic floor is made up of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues. It's primary roles are to support our pelvic organs (bladder, bowel, reproductive organs), provide bowel/bladder control, and assist in normal sexual function.

What is a Pelvic Floor Therapist?

Pelvic Floor therapists are therapists (PT/OT) who have received advanced training in evaluation and treatment of conditions involving pain, weakness, or dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles.

What Conditions Do We Treat?

Bladder Disorders

Urinary frequency, urgency, hesitancy, or retention

Pain in the urethra, bladder, and/or pelvis

Interstitial Cystitis

Urinary Incontinence

Urge Incontinence

Stress Incontinence

Mixed Incontinence

Bowel Disorders

Constipation

Fecal Incontinence

Bowel frequency, urgency, retention

Hemorrhoid Pain

Rectal Prolapse

Pelvic Pain

Levator Ani Syndrome

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic Pain

Coccydynia

Endometriosis

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Vaginismus

Vulvar Vestibulitis

Vulvodynia

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