By targeting the specific muscles responsible for controlling bladder function, pelvic physical therapy can help improve urinary incontinence.
This therapy can help identify and address underlying issues such as muscle imbalances, trigger points, scar tissue, or nerve irritation, ultimately leading to decreased pelvic pain and improved quality of life.
Pelvic physical therapy is a specialized approach that can significantly improve pain experienced during intercourse. Through a combination of manual therapy techniques, stretching exercises, and relaxation strategies, pelvic physical therapy aims to address underlying factors such as muscle tightness, trigger points, scar tissue, or pelvic floor dysfunction.
Pelvic physical therapy plays a crucial role in the management and improvement of pelvic organ prolapse without surgery. By focusing on strengthening the pelvic floor muscles, pelvic physical therapy can help provide better support to the pelvic organs, reducing symptoms and improving overall pelvic floor function.
Pelvic dysfunctions like endometriosis, PCOS, interstitial cystitis, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and fibromyalgia can cause pelvic pain. Pelvic Physical Therapy can treat some of the residual symptoms of these conditions like reducing painful periods, improving muscle tension and trigger points, and reducing joint pain in the hips and back.
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