Pelvic Health pain and dysfunction can be common, but you don't have to live with it any longer. Our MTS Pelvic Health Team is ready and capable of evaluating, assessing and treating your pelvic floor today.
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation is defined as a non-surgical approach to treat conditions of the low back and pelvis musculoskeletal system, externally and internally, that can contribute to bowl, bladder and sexual health as well as many different types of pain complaints.
The Physical Therapist performs a "normal" physical therapy evaluation in a private space where you can discuss your chief complaints and medical history. Questions will then be asked pertaining to bowel/bladder habits, sexual function and pelvic floor activities/limitations.
With the patient's consent, the Physical Therapist performs an external and internal assessment of the pelvic floor muscles.
Once the Initial Evaluation is completed, an individualized plan of care is made while keeping the patient's goals in mind.
The average incontinent woman waits 8 years before reporting her condition to anyone, including her own physician.
Incidence of Urinary Incontinence in the Western world is 1:3; one in three women suffer from a weak pelvic floor, which leads to Urinary Incontinence (UI).
Urinary Incontinence is not a normal after effect of childbirth, menopause or general aging.