Conditions we treat
Take advantage of nonsurgical treatments for pelvic floor disorders that affect men and women, including:
Constipation – Difficulty having bowel movements.
Incontinence – Problems controlling the release of urine or bowel movements.
Pelvic organ prolapse – Female pelvic organs out of place due to weak or damaged supporting muscles in the pelvic floor.
Pelvic pain – Pain or pressure in the lower abdomen area.
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Trust us to help you feel comfortable during your therapy appointments. You’ll receive care from an experienced
occupational therapist or physical therapist in a private setting. Expect us to treat you with professionalism and respect.
Personalized care plans
Work with your therapist to create a care plan that fits your condition, goals and preferences. Talk to your therapist about treatment options such as:
– Helps you gain control over your pelvic floor muscles. Biofeedback therapy
Bladder or bowel training – Uses scheduled breaks to increase the amount of time you can wait to go to the bathroom.
Fluid management – Promotes habits that may reduce your need to urinate.
Manual therapy – Uses hands-on techniques to relax or stretch muscles.
Pelvic floor muscle training – Helps you build strength with exercises.
Urge suppression – Helps you control your bladder when you feel a strong, sudden strong urge to urinate.
Visceral manipulation – Uses gentle massage to encourage normal organ movement.