What Role Does Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Play in Women’s Pelvic Health?
Women of all ages can experience pelvic health challenges. Physical therapy can help with pelvic pain, prolapse, incontinence, pelvic weakness and sexual dysfunction. You may have done your own research and encountered some scarier words such as; vestibulodynia, vulvodynia, vulvar pain and vaginismus. We are here to help you with any pelvic floor symptoms. Even Maia our therapy dog wants to help!
At Pelvic Wellness Center, we want to learn about your challenges and what is important to you and then we individualize your treatment plan to meet your needs. You can expect us to listen to your concerns and goals and evaluate you to find limitations, restrictions, weakness, and pain to develop a program just for you. Judy is a skilled/experienced manual therapist with over 30 years of experience in physical therapy and pelvic health.
Treatments can include, but are not limited to: myofascial release, behavioral management instruction for improving bowel and bladder function, biofeedback, pain management, and therapeutic exercise. Judy Abel also is a Sexual Health Counselor and teaches yoga to assist in a woman’s journey to pelvic health.
Common Women’s Pelvic Health Conditions That We Treat
Women of all ages experience this and suffer in silence. No you should not have to schedule your day around finding toilets!
One of the many reasons a woman could be experiencing painful intercourse or infertility. Therapy techniques help manage pain and inflammation.