Pelvic health physical therapists have specialized training to evaluate the relationship between your joints, soft tissues, nerves, and muscles including the muscles of your pelvic floor. Based on an individualized evaluation Physical Therapy may offer treatments such as:
Neuromuscular reeducation/ Biofeedback: Restores optimal pelvic floor muscle strength and coordination.
Electrical Stimulation: Increases muscle awareness, decreases urgency and controls pain.
Kegels for Men: Kegel exercises are not just for women and can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
Manual Therapy: Optimizes alignment of joints in the pelvic region and addresses muscle tension and scar tissue.
Therapeutic Activities: Addresses body mechanics, dietary considerations and relaxation strategies.
Therapeutic Exercise: Optimizes strength, muscle recruitment pattern, and flexibility.
Ultrasound: Enhances circulation, promotes tissue healing and minimizes pain.