What is Abdominal Pelvic Health Therapy? Find Out From and Expert

What is Abdominal Pelvic Health Therapy? Find Out From and Expert

I would like to welcome Donna Pagano, a physical therapist who specializes in a very underserved branch of PT, abdominal-pelvic health. 

What is Abdominal Pelvic Health Therapy Find Out From and Expert Meet Donna Pagano PT

Discover the Key to Pelvic and Abdominal Health

Are you experiencing pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction or urinary or fecal incontinence? You're not alone. Countless Americans of all ages are dealing with these issues.

Luckily, there's a solution: pelvic and abdominal physical therapy. This specialized type of therapy targets a wide range of conditions, from urinary incontinence to fecal incontinence and post prostate surgery recovery.

By targeting restrictions, improving strength, and providing education on body mechanics, our treatments can help you regain control over your pelvic floor and surrounding structures.

Curious about what Pelvic health Physical Therapists do?

Well, they specialize in addressing a wide range of pelvic and abdominal health conditions. From chronic pelvic pain to bladder and bowel problems, sexual dysfunction, and postpartum recovery, these therapists have got you covered. They can help with interstitial cystitis, levator ani syndrome, pregnancy and childbirth, and even chronic disorders. Some common symptoms they treat include urinary leakage, bowel issues, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual dysfunction.

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    During your session, your physical therapist will assess your trunk and pelvis, including the pelvic floor muscles. Then, together, you'll set goals and develop a customized treatment plan. This may include making lifestyle changes, pelvic floor muscle exercises, dry needling, myofascial release, acoustic compression therapy, scar tissue remodeling, core strengthening, biofeedback, electrical stimulation, and even low-level laser therapy. Plus, you'll receive a home exercise program to continue your progress.

    Ready to take control of your pelvic health? Seek the expertise of a pelvic health physical therapist today!