Boca Raton Pelvic Floor Therapy
Physioactive Physiotherapy Offers Pelvic Floor Therapy to Help You Strengthen Your Muscles, Feel Better and Become Pain Free. Call (561) 609-1098 or Book an Appointment Online.
Many people can experience pelvic floor pain at some point in their life. Pelvic floor pain can happen as a result of menopause, after a pregnancy, after prostate cancer treatment, obesity or due to other health conditions. At Physioactive Physiotherapy we can help you strengthen these muscles in a professional and controlled environment designed to help you get better faster. We give you the tools to help monitor and improve your condition so that you can see results.
How do you know if you need pelvic floor therapy?
Symptoms usually include a leaking small amount of urine while laughing, coughing, sneezing or running, not being able to make it to the washroom on time, reduced sensation in the pelvic area, a distinct bulge in the pelvic area or a sensation of heaviness. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you may benefit from pelvic floor therapy.
What is pelvic floor therapy?
We help you strengthen and stretch the pelvic floor muscles using exercises, yoga poses and breathing exercises Manual therapy and massage techniques may be used to help release painful trigger points in the muscles and desensitize pain points.
How long are pelvic floor therapy sessions?
The treatments usually last 30 – 60 minutes each and could be from one session to many sessions per week depending on the severity of your condition. Your visits may change in length and frequency as you progress and depending on the progress you are making in your sessions. You will continue to learn new exercises and techniques to help you continue to make progress.
Is pelvic floor therapy safe during pregnancy?
Yes, Pelvic floor therapy is safe during pregnancy and also recommended to reduce urinary incontinence, reduce back pain and pelvic pressure during and after pregnancy. Pregnant women should do pelvic floor exercises during and after their pregnancy to help strengthen these muscles which will help reduce your risk of complications during and after your pregnancy. We can help guide you through the exercises and ensure your safety while receiving treatment. The stronger your pelvic floor is the easier you will recover after giving birth.