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Therapies for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Incontinence

The Women’s and Men’s Health Clinic provides the latest evidence-based physical therapy services to women and men of all ages who experience pelvic pain, incontinence, pregnancy related issues or post-operative breast pain.

More people are becoming advocates for their health.  They are seeking treatment for issues that affect pelvic health, such as bowel and bladder changes, pelvic organ prolapse or pain during sexual activities.  These conditions may arise due to pregnancy or childbirth; following prostate, colorectal or gynecological surgery or as part of the natural aging process.  Physical therapy can often address the cause of the problem and improve quality of life.

Our therapists also work with people who have survived breast cancer or have undergone other breast surgeries that might have left tight, painful scars.  By improving scar mobility, posture alignment, shoulder joint issues and working with the lymphedema team to reduce swelling as needed, clients achieve great improvements in both pain and quality of life.

While expectant moms are busy getting ready for the baby on the way, sometimes they will have their own aches and pains.  Physical therapy can help with sacroiliac joint pain and sciatica, which are common in pregnancy.  In the post-partum period, Physical therapy can help with treatment of abdominal fascia separation (diastasis recti), painful C-section or episiotomy scars and urinary incontinence.

Our goal is to provide you with expert and compassionate care for these intimate issues.  Our specially trained physical therapists will design an individualized program specifically for your needs.  You will get plenty of education to make you feel at ease from the start.

Both men and women may benefit from our specialized therapy that treats the following:
  • Bowel and/or Urinary Incontinence/Frequency/Urgency
  • Pelvic Regional Pain
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • Coccydynia
  • Interstitial Cystitis/Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Constipation
  • Male Pelvic Health/Post-Prostate Surgery
  • Pain from Radiation or Chemotherapy Treatment
  • Pregnancy Pain, Postpartum Pain, Diastasis Recti
  • Painful Breast Scars
  • Endometriosis/Ovarian Cysts
  • Vulvodynia, Vaginismus
 Therapy interventions may include:
  • Advanced manual therapy, myofascial release, soft tissue massage
  • Biofeedback
  • Bladder/bowel health education and retraining
  • Stretching
  • Core stabilization
  • Therapy modalities such as ultrasound.
Last Updated: 7/15/24