What to Expect
Evaluation: During your initial evaluation, your physical therapist will ask you questions related to your bowel and bladder health. Together, you will discuss your goals and come up with a treatment plan specifically tailored to your needs. Your therapist will show you a model of the pelvic floor, explain all related muscles, nerves, and structures, and answer any questions you may have prior to the initial assessment. The initial assessment consists of a thorough pelvic floor muscle examination to determine the condition and function of your pelvic floor region.
Treatment: Treatment for the pelvic floor muscles may include, but is not limited to manual therapy, muscular strengthening and/or relaxation exercises for the pelvic floor muscles, breathing exercises, postural training, and diet and wellness education.
Conditions We Treat
- Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction
- Overactive Bladder
- Pre and Post-partum Related Conditions
- Diastis Recti
- Pelvic Pain
- Lower Back Pain
- Pain with Intercourse
Our patients are usually referred by a physician or surgeon, including general practitioners, obstetricians, gynecologists, urologists, or oncologists.
Patients may also make an appointment for an evaluation prior to implementing a treatment. Please contact us for more information by emailing¬†email@example.com