Are You Living With Pelvic Pain?
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Can Help
Have you been experiencing pain in your pelvic region? If you don’t know what’s causing the discomfort, dealing with pelvic pain can be humiliating, not to mention frustrating.
At best, this form of pain will restrict your everyday activities. It can interrupt your daily routines and prevent you from doing any of the tasks or activities you enjoy doing regularly.
Fortunately, there is a solution to your problem. Pelvic floor rehabilitation aids in the relief of symptoms of pelvic dysfunction as well as the improvement of muscle strength. Pelvic floor rehab aims to manage existing pain and keep it from returning or worsening in the future.
What is pelvic floor rehabilitation?
The pelvic floor muscles, tendons, and ligaments all play an important role in protecting your body’s heart.
At your first visit, our physical therapist will perform a thorough assessment of your condition. The interventions included in your pelvic floor recovery plan will be decided by the results of your initial test.
A customized care plan will then be produced to fulfill the unique specifications. Typically, this would necessitate a variety of exercises, heat therapy, and massage to alleviate pain, reduce symptoms, and potentially cure the condition.
How can pelvic physical therapy help ease my discomfort?
Pelvic floor rehabilitation is a form of physical therapy that has been shown to treat a variety of pelvic pain-related conditions. While many people assume that only women can benefit from this form of therapy, both genders can!
Pelvic disorders can be relieved in a variety of ways using physical therapy methods. Pelvic therapy, for example, can assess and enhance painful intercourse and infertility problems. Pelvic organ prolapse, dyspareunia, and diastasis recti are a few less common conditions that can also be treated.
More common pelvic conditions that physical therapy treats include:
Endometriosis is a prevalent disease that affects many individuals. It can damage bones, muscles, ligaments, and nerves in the pelvic region. Thankfully, physical therapy can help.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation, in addition to strengthening the pelvic floor muscles, can help relieve the pain and bloating associated with endometriosis.
Pain following abdominal surgery
If you are recovering from a recent surgical operation, pelvic floor rehab will help to break up scar tissue, improve stamina, and regain range of motion in your abdomen/pelvic region.
Urinary incontinence/bladder dysfunction
Pelvic floor rehabilitation will focus on strengthening the muscles under your bladder to manage and remove urinary incontinence symptoms and bladder problems.
Rather than just treating the symptoms, a physical therapist will assist you in determining the cause of your urinary incontinence problem and treating it.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation can loosen and relax the muscles in your pelvic and anal areas, which can help relieve and eliminate constipation.
Postpartum pelvic pain
It is common for new mothers to experience pelvic floor trauma as a result of strained muscles and/or connective tissue after giving birth. Pelvic floor healing, in addition to restoring any damaged muscles or tissues, leads to a decrease in any pain they may be feeling.
Get started on a treatment plan today
In certain cases, our treatment approaches will help to provide relief and rehabilitation for patients who have been struggling with problems for years.
Our Dunes Plaza, Willowcreek Rd and Sand Creek physical therapy clinic is completely equipped to diagnose and treat all types of pelvic pain.