Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy involves rehabilitation of anatomical structures of the pelvic region; these structures are responsible for our most personal functions including urination, defecation, and sexual function. Through pelvic floor physical therapy, the muscles, nerves, and connective tissue within the pelvic region are treated with both external work to the genito-pelvic region and with internal work using vaginal and/or rectal approaches. Given the intensely personal nature of pelvic floor issues and intervention, CPR emphasizes privacy and patient comfort while offering safe and effective rehabilitation for both male and female clients.
Pelvic floor conditions treated include:
Sexual dysfunction: Pain with intercourse/pain related sexual dysfunction (male and female)
Urinary dysfunction: Chronic prostatitis; intersititial cystitis/urethral syndrome/painful bladder syndrome; urinary urgency/frequency; urinary incontinence (mixed, urge, stress); pain with urination
Bowel dysfunction: Chronic constipation; fecal incontinence; post-ostomy reversal training; rectocele complications; IBS complications
Orthopedic related pelvic dysfunction: Pain with sitting (pudendal neuralgia, coccydynia); chronic pelvic misalignment despite traditional intervention