Women’s Health Physical Therapists are often the problem-solvers that gynecologists, obstetricians, urologists and other doctors call when confronted with a gender-specific medical mystery, like discomfort during sex, after childbirth or while going to the bathroom.
If you are experiencing low back pain from an acute injury or chronic condition, you’re not alone. 8 in 10 people report back pain at some point in their lives. Your spine is literally at the center of everything that you do, and back pain’s sources can range from being sedentary to being in an auto accident. Regardless of the cause of your discomfort, physical therapy can play a pivotal role in the management of spinal problems.
Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation
Whether you are preparing for surgery or recovering from a recent operation, physical therapy can help you restore normal movement, flexibility and function as quickly as possible.
Men’s Pelvic Health
Men experience many of the same pelvic health issues as women. Pelvic floor pain, dysfunction, and incontinence all affect men and women alike. Pelvic floor therapy can be extremely effective in treating these conditions without the use of surgery or medication.
Migraine & Headache Management
Physical therapy can help pediatric & adult patients to reduce or completely relieve their headaches. Tension headaches and migraine headaches respond well to relaxation strategies and biofeedback. Manual therapy and specific exercises can also be beneficial in treating both types of headaches.