"We understand that many women suffer silently with pelvic floor dysfunction which can lead to urinary or bowel incontinence as well as pelvic pain. We are here to let you know that although these issues may be common, they are in many cases easily treatable! Women who identify with any of the following conditions can benefit from pelvic heath physical therapy.
Incontinence: Urinary (stress, urge, mixed, overflow), and fecal.
Pelvic Floor Pain: Vulvodynia, vulvar vestibulitis, dyspareunia, vaginismus, coccydynia, levator ani syndrome, interstitial cystitis, endometriosis, painful defecation, anal and/or rectal pain
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Pelvic organ prolapse, bowel/bladder dysfunction (frequency, urgency, retention and/or incomplete emptying)
Diastasis recti: separation of your abdominal muscles
Bowel dysfunction: Constipation, diarrhea, or issues related to IBS
Dyspareunia: painful intercourse, but also pain with inserting tampon or during papsmear/Dr. exams
Decreased pelvic floor sensation: and/or inability to orgasm during intercourse
Pregnancy and Postpartum Care: Obstetrical low back pain, sacroiliac joint pain, pubis symphysis, sciatica, diastasis recti, labor trauma or tearing.
Recovery from abdominal surgery: C-section, Endometriosis laparoscopy et"