Pelvic Floor Therapy

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Conditions we treat:

Resources for Various Conditions: (Some information sourced from Mayo Clinic)

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Female Urinary Incontinence

The involuntary leakage of urine is a common symptom that affects 50% of adult women.  A woman’s physical, social and psychological well-being is negatively impacted. Learn more about incontinence and what you can do to help remedy it.

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Pregnancy and Postpartum

Labor and delivery are considered risk factors for pelvic floor disorders. Vaginal delivery, in particular, is regarded as the most significant risk factor. If you are experiencing discomfort during pregnancy or postpartum, ask your provider for a pelvic floor therapy referral.

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Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain is pain in the lowest part of the stomach area and pelvis. It can refer to symptoms that come from the reproductive, urinary, and digestive systems.

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Digestive System, Bowel Control, Constipation, and Fecal Incontinence

How we get nutrition and how we eliminate waste is usually taken for granted until there is a problem with the system. The digestive system begins at the mouth and ends at the anus. Click for an overview of the parts that make up the digestive system and how each works within this complex system.

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Menopause Resources

Some women notice pelvic floor issues during menopause, such as an overactive bladder or urinary incontinence. Others may experience vaginal dryness or irritation. Many options are available for treating these conditions.

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Endometriosis Resources

Endometriosis is an often painful condition in which tissue that is similar to the inner lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus.

The main symptom of endometriosis is pelvic pain. It’s often linked with menstrual periods. Although many people have cramping during their periods, those with endometriosis often describe menstrual pain that’s far worse than usual. The pain also may become worse over time.