What is Pelvic Pain and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?
Pelvic Pain and pelvic floor dysfunction is a common condition, affecting about 25% of women age 20 and over!
Unfortunately, many suffer in silence because they do not know what can help. Do not suffer in silence if you have Pelvic Pain Physical Therapy can help.
No More Pelvic Pain with Physical Therapy
Physical Therapists can use evidence-based therapy and treatment plans to help manage your pelvic pain – whether it comes from pregnancy, exercise, or other reasons. Your PT will work with you to manage this condition.
Seek and meet us at Orthocare Physical Therapy Center at 703-310-7610 or firstname.lastname@example.org!
Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Facts
- Pelvic floor health is form of Physical Therapy rehabilitation can help treat a variety of pelvic conditions affecting both men and women.
- Physical therapy for the pelvic floor can address the symptoms of this condition that include pain, urinary incontinence and others.
- The Physical therapy rehabilitation involves non-surgical treatment, provided by a physical therapist working one-on-one with you to restore function to the pelvic girdle.
- We do this by addressing muscles, nerves, and joints to function better so that you can manage your symptoms and live without pelvic pain or dysfunction.
- Treatments utilized may include diet and lifestyle changes, breathing and strengthening exercises, manual techniques, and biofeedback.
How can Physical Therapy help my Pelvic Pain?
If you suffer from conditions which may affect your quality of life such as pelvic pain or discomfort, painful intercourse or sexual dysfunction, bladder or bowel dysfunction, a physical therapist can help with this pain.
Some conditions may include:
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary frequency and urgency
- Prenatal or postpartum pain
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome/Polycystic Ovary Disease (PCOS, PCOD)
- Interstitial Cystitis
If you have one or more of these, talk to us! Maybe we can help !
Here at Orthocare Physical Therapy Center, we believe that it is worth taking a look at having a PT in your healthcare team.
What should I expect during my first PT visit?
- At your first appointment, your physical therapist will discuss the history of your condition and answer any questions or concerns
- We understand these may be private and difficult conversations to have and our role is to listen and help see you through it.
- We want to assist in restoring your ability to do what you love without experiencing pain or pelvic dysfunction.
- Your physical therapist may perform an internal examination if deemed appropriate in order to better develop a plan of care and maximize your progress.
Physical Therapists Can Help Reduce Pelvic Pain
Overall, Pelvic Pain is a huge problem worldwide. Physical therapists are trained to treat pain without surgery or medications.
Our physical therapists want to help you do things that you have trouble with. That could be going for a hike, playing with kids, or getting through a day of work without pain.
We will help you with this and other issues.
So Visit or Contact us at 703-310-7610 email@example.com
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