Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
More than 20% of Americans—males, females, children and transgender individuals—will suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction in their lifetimes. For CORA, that’s 20% too many.
The pelvic floor muscles are responsible for maintaining posture and sexual function, supporting abdominal and pelvic organs, and assisting bowel and bladder control.
Our expert clinicians will work closely with your physician to help identify the source of the dysfunction.
Our process begins with a thorough evaluation of impairments of the SI joint, low back, coccyx and hip joint; the pelvic floor muscles (for over or underactivity and function); and muscle imbalances, including tightness and weakness. We’re then able to design a truly customized plan of care—one tailored to accomplish fast, sustainable results.
Don’t let embarrassment prevent you from seeking treatment. The sooner you get in here, the sooner you can get back to an active, happy life.
Conditions CORA Treats:
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary frequency and urgency
- Fecal incontinence
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Pelvic pain including Dyspareunia and Vaginismus
- Pregnancy and post-partum
- Pre-op and post-op pelvic floor disorders
- And more
Treatment may include:
- Internal and/or external manual techniques
- Pelvic floor training
- Flexibility exercises
- Electrical-stim, TENS
- Patient education and behavior modification