What conditions does a pelvic health physical and occupational therapist treat?
- increased urinary frequency
- urinary urgency
- urinary incontinence (stress, urgency, functional, or mixed)
- fecal incontinence
- pelvic pain
- rectal pain
- pelvic, back, hip pain during or after pregnancy
- diastasis recti (separation of the abdominal muscles often seen post-partum)
- pelvic organ prolapse
- pain with intercourse
- and many more!
We define patient-centered goals as what you hope to accomplish from physical therapy. While these are typically activity-specific goals, often patients report they just wish to experience less pain.
Conditions we treat: Pelvic pain, Hernia repair, Erectile Dysfunction, Symptoms of Prostatitis, Groin pain, Post Prostatectomy, Urinary/Fecal Incontinence, Constipation
Does your child struggle with urinary incontinence, bed wetting, or constipation?