Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

Our physical therapy for women’s and men’s health issues involve a sensitive evaluation and treatment of a variety of conditions. Our expert women’s and men’s health staff undergo specialized training and have a deep understanding of the complex issues that are prevalent with pelvic floor dysfunction in both men and women.

What to Expect

Our therapist who performs your treatment has specific training in this specialized area. The therapist will evaluate the musculoskeletal causes of your pain, dysfunction, or incontinence by starting with a thorough review of your history. The therapist will then do an evaluation of the pelvic floor muscle groups as well as assessing the surrounding areas including the low back, hips, and sacroiliac joints.

The therapist will then develop a treatment plan that will be tailored to your specific needs. Most patients require a combination of hands on manual therapy treatment, an exercise program, and extensive education on ways to manage and decrease symptoms. Treatment may also be augmented by the use of modalities such as electrical stimulation, biofeedback and ultrasound.

Men, Women, and Children with These Conditions Will Benefit

Bowel Dysfunction

Bladder Dysfunction

Pregnancy and Postnatal Pain

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Coccyx dysfunction

Pudendal Neuralgia

Locations

Therapists

You are all AMAZING!!! Amber and Jolene are the best! When Abbie became injured 1 1/2 years ago in dance- something she loved to do, she went through 3 doctors, another physical therapists, many painful procedures and finally found a Dr. Hedlund who sent us to Hulst Jepsen where she was blessed with 2 amazing therapist and their staff! Abbie thought she may never dance again! She had many ups and downs in her therapy but no one ever gave up on her. They always listened to her and helped her do her best! Now she has finished her therapy, is starting dance again in a few weeks, is auditioning for the Nutcracker and her dance team at school!!!

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