For pelvic health issues we will send referrals to our partner clinic MiraSol Physical Therapy. At MiraSol, we have expert pelvic health therapists that specialize in the listed conditions and programs.
Physical therapy for pelvic health may include a range of techniques, including exercises to improve strength and mobility in the pelvic floor muscles, biofeedback to help individuals learn how to properly engage these muscles, and manual therapy to help reduce pain and improve function. Physical therapists may also provide education and guidance on how to perform activities of daily living with less strain on the pelvic area, and how to prevent future issues related to pelvic health. The goal of physical therapy for pelvic health is to help individuals improve their function and quality of life, and to reduce the impact of their condition on their daily activities.
Urinary incontinence is a condition in which there is involuntary leakage of urine, and physical therapy can help improve pelvic floor muscle function and reduce symptoms.
Pelvic pain is a common condition that can be caused by a variety of factors, and physical therapy can help improve pelvic floor muscle function and reduce symptoms.
Pregnancy and Postpartum Recovery
Physical therapy can help women during pregnancy and after delivery by addressing pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, improving postural control, and managing pain and discomfort.
Diastasis recti is a condition in which the abdominal muscles separate during pregnancy or postpartum, and physical therapy can help improve core strength and function.
Constipation is a common condition that can be caused by pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, and physical therapy can help improve pelvic floor muscle function and reduce symptoms.