Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

What do we mean by Pelvic floor Physical Therapy

Using the principles of physical therapy, pelvic floor physical therapy offers a planned, efficient, and secure reconditioning of pelvic floor muscles. The purpose of treatment is to reduce pain, muscle weakness, and dysfunction while increasing the strength and efficiency of the pelvic floor muscles.

When do we need Pelvic floor physical therapy

Pelvic floor therapy focuses on the muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues of the pelvic floor, which support the pelvic organs, promote orgasm and sexual pleasure and help with bladder and bowel control.

Physical therapy for the pelvic floor and orthopedic rehabilitation can help with:

  • Urinary frequency, urgency, and incontinence

  • Unpleasant urination

  • Bowel and bladder movements

  • Fecal incontinence

  • Sexual discomfort or genital pain

  • Endometriosis

  • Constipation

  • Symptoms of menopause

  • Vaginismus

  • Pain in the low back, hip, pelvic, stomach, thigh, or abdomen

  • Unknown ache in the rectum area

  • Pregnancy and Postpartum Health

  • Genital discomfort

Who needs Pelvic Floor Therapy

  • For many pelvic problems, pelvic floor physical therapy is advised as the primary line of treatment.

  • Exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and improve bladder and bowel control can be done by both men and women who have weak pelvic floor muscles.

  • In particular, a doctor will send a patient for therapy if it is thought that the aetiology of pelvic floor dysfunction is neuromuscular.

It's possible for the dysfunction to coexist with other genitourinary issues like

  • Urine incontinence,

  • Fecal incontinence

  • Bladder-emptying issues,

  • Constipation, or other diseases.

  • Ageing,

  • Sickness,

  • Childbirth,

  • Surgery,

  • or other circumstances.

Treatment Plan may include

  • Activities for the legs, trunk, or pelvic muscles that stretch or strengthen them.

  • Exercises for pelvic muscles that are tight.

  • Education in prevention and self-management.

  • Exercises for coordination.

  • Biofeedback can be used to either relax or tone pelvic muscles.

  • Ice, heat, or electrical stimulation are examples of modalities

Do Pelvic Therapy shows positive results

Pelvic physical therapy is very successful despite sounding strange and invasive. Although effectiveness depends on the severity of the ailment being treated, patients experience a good success rate and an improved quality of life after treatment.

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Pelvic Floor Exercises

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