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The pelvic floor is composed of muscle fibers of the levator ani, the coccygeus, and associated connective tissue which span the area underneath the pelvis. A “pelvic floor physical therapist” is one who has received specialized training in the treatment and education of women’s and men’s pelvic health issues.
The assessment and treatments are comprehensive – examining primary and secondary drivers of dysfunction. We treat the musculoskeletal aspects of pelvic dysfunction –tissue restriction, joint hyper/hypomobility, over or under-recruitment, posture and alignment dysfunction, etc.
As a patient, you receive one-on-one treatment with a therapist in a private and comfortable setting, whether it is for preventive or restoration services.
After taking a comprehensive history, a thorough evaluation can include evaluating posture, range of motion, pelvic alignment, flexibility, strength, pelvic stability, joint mobility, tissue restriction, specific muscle recruitment, presence of a diastasis rectus abdominals (gap in your abdominals, your “6-pack”, often found post-partum), and specific pelvic floor muscle assessment.
Treatments include various forms of manual therapy, neuromuscular re-education, strength and stabilization exercises, relaxation training, and education, including behavior modifications, bladder/bowel/pelvic floor specific education, postural changes, discussion of prognosis and plan of care, and setting goals.
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877-609-0123 or 952-835-4512