Pelvic health therapy can provide non surgical approaches to help overcome myofascial pelvic pain and also reduce symptoms of other conditions caused due to pelvic floor problems. Urinary incontinence, painful intercourse, and sexual dysfunction are few symptoms of other conditions seen in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD).
What is PDF?
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction ( PFD) is a condition that renders a person unable to control their pelvic floor muscles. PDF affects many women, especially as a result of pregnancy, delivery, trauma such as fall or car accident, surgery, obesity, or other pelvic conditions including endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, or prolapse. Additionally, PDF can effect men.
What are some of the symptoms of PFD?
Common symptoms of PFD include, but are not limited to, a feeling of pain or heaviness/pressure in the area of the lower abdomen or vagina, incontinence, leakage, or urgency. Symptoms tend to occur when upright, straining or coughing.
The therapists at Ally Physical Therapy are certified, offer one-on-one care, in a private setting and focus on hands-on techniques, as well, as functional training and therapeutic exercises to help you overcome pelvic disorders. Call us to learn more about our pelvic health treatment.
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