Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
Rehabilitate the pelvic floor muscles that can become weak due to childbirth, surgery, menopause or heavy lifting
What Is Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy?
The best way to maintain a strong pelvic floor is to exercise it – just like any other muscle. This may mean doing kegel exercises, using vaginal cones or even performing Kegel coughs.
Pelvic physical therapy is a type of physical therapy that will provide your pelvic floor muscles with increased strength and flexibility in order to reduce the chance of pain and injury.
At Allevia Physiotherapy we our aid patients with a variety of issues from bowel and bladder problems to childbirth recovery.
Men also equally benefit with pelvic floor physiotherapy and exercises contrary to popular belief.
What does it Treat?
- Urinary incontinence
- Painful urination
- Menopausal symptoms
- Rectal Pain
- Urine leakage during coughing, sneezing or laughing.
- Pain during or after sex
- Pain in the lower abdomen
Knowledge and Experience
At Allevia Physiotherapy & Massage we have been treating both men and women equally with pelvic floor dysfunction. As specialists in pelvic floor physical therapy, our goal is to create a comfortable environment to diagnose and treat the conditions you are experiencing.
Our ultimate goal is to improve your quality of life through physical therapy treatment, exercises, lifestyle adjustments and education.
What Should I expect For My First Treatment?
To properly determine the root cause we will take a complete history of your bladder function, bowel function, sexual function and background medical history. The exam itself usually takes about 80 minutes and consists of a series of examinations.
The exam begins by examining the pelvic floor muscle groups and you will asked to perform a Kegel exercise and a cough.
Feel Optimal With Allevia Physiotherapy
Our specialists at Allevia Physio & Massage will work with you to regain your optimal form and function, regardless of current age or physical condition.