Learn about common pelvic injuries, how to prevent them, and how physical therapy can help you recover.
10 posts categorized with "Pelvic Rehab"
Pelvic Floor PT for ProstatitisThis post will touch briefly on pelvic floor physical dysfunction specifically related to prostatitis and pelvic floor physical therapy for men.April 2, 2018
Belly, Bottom, and Back-sided Pain in ChildrenOne of the hardest parts of parenting is seeing your child in pain. Pain is treated many different ways and, depending on the cause, physical therapy is often recommended to assist with pain reduction.December 3, 2017
Physical Therapy for Bedwetting and Other Urinary/Fecal AccidentsBedwetting as well as urinary and fecal accidents is not an illness! Daytime/night time wetting can be considered more of a normal variation of bladder control rather than a diseased state.December 3, 2017
Physical Therapy for Childhood ConstipationChildhood constipation is common occurrence and can be successfully treated and prevented using a multidisciplinary approach that includes specialized pelvic physical therapy.December 2, 2017
Demystifying Encopresis: Soiling Accidents in ChildrenPersistent soiling accidents in children may actually be due to constipation.November 2, 2017
Pain with Intercourse (A.K.A. Dyspareunia)Let’s talk about painful sex, also known as dyspareunia. Pain with intercourse is often not talked about but more common than you would believe.August 4, 2017
Pedi-Pelvic Rehabilitation: Visit #1 for ChildrenPain and other disorders of the pelvis can affect children as well as adults. Here is some information on Pelvic Physical Therapy for pediatrics.July 2, 2017
Pelvic Rehabilitation: Visit #1 for MenPain and other disorders of the pelvis can affect males as well as females and children. Learn what the first Pelvic PT visit will be like for men.July 2, 2017
Pelvic Rehabilitation: Visit #1 for WomenThe purpose of this post is to give you some general information on Pelvic Physical Therapy as well as tell you what the first Pelvic PT visit will be like.July 4, 2017
Leaking Pee: No Laughing MatterLeaking urine when you laugh, sneeze, or perform some sort of activity is officially called Stress Urinary Incontinence, or SUI.October 2, 2016
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